mongoose-timestamp2

    0.1.10 • Public • Published

    Mongoose Timestamps Plugin

    Simple plugin for Mongoose which adds createdAt and updatedAt date attributes that get auto-assigned to the most recent create/update timestamp. This is forked from Mongoose Timestamps. Published as a separate npm package since dependencies were outdated and its been so long pull requests are waiting to be merged.

    Installation

    npm install mongoose-timestamp2

    Usage

    var timestamps = require('mongoose-timestamp2');
    var UserSchema = new Schema({
        username: String
    });
    UserSchema.plugin(timestamps);
    mongoose.model('User', UserSchema);
    var User = mongoose.model('User', UserSchema)

    The User model will now have createdAt and updatedAt properties, which get automatically generated and updated when you save your document.

    var user = new User({
        username: 'Prince'
    });
    user.save(function (err) {
        console.log(user.createdAt); // Should be approximately now
        console.log(user.createdAt === user.updatedAt); // true
        // Wait 1 second and then update the user
        setTimeout(function () {
            user.username = 'Symbol';
            user.save(function (err) {
                console.log(user.updatedAt); // Should be approximately createdAt + 1 second
                console.log(user.createdAt < user.updatedAt); // true
            });
        }, 1000);
    });

    Conflict for createdAt and __v when doing update or findOneAndUpdate (mongoose 5.X)

    Fixed conflict for createdAt and __v when doing update or findOneAndUpdate. MongoError: Updating the path 'createdAt' would create a conflict at 'createdAt'.

    findOneAndModify (mongoose >= 4.0.1)

    Mongoose 4.0.1 added support for findOneAndModify hooks. You must the mongoose promise exec for the hooks to work as mongoose uses mquery when a callback is passed and the hook system is bypassed.

    User.findOneAndUpdate({
            username: 'Prince'
        }, {
            password: 'goatcheese'
        }, {
            new: true,
            upsert: true
        })
        .exec(function (err, updated) {
            console.log(user.updatedAt); // Should be approximately createdAt + 1 second
            console.log(user.createdAt < user.updatedAt); // true
        });

    You can specify custom property names by passing them in as options like this:

    mongoose.plugin(timestamps,  {
      createdAt: 'created_at',
      updatedAt: 'updated_at'
    });

    Any model's updatedAt attribute can be updated to the current time using touch().

    Install

    npm i mongoose-timestamp2

    DownloadsWeekly Downloads

    154

    Version

    0.1.10

    License

    MIT

    Unpacked Size

    25.9 kB

    Total Files

    14

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    Collaborators

    • abhijitborade