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    🏳‍🌈 Pagination helper method for Sequelize models.

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    🌐 Description

    Under the hood, nestjs-sequelize-paginate makes use of the nest framework, and you also need to install nestjs, and sequelize !

    📦 Integration

    To start using it, we first install the required dependencies. In this chapter we will demonstrate the use of the paginate for nestjs.

    You simply need to install the package !

    // We install with npm, but you could use the package manager you prefer !
    npm install -save nestjs-sequelize-paginate

    ▶️ Getting started

    Once the installation process is complete, we can import the PaginateModule into the root AppModule

    import { Module } from '@nestjs/common';
    import { PaginateModule } from 'nestjs-sequelize-paginate';
       imports: [
             url: 'http://localhost:3000',
    export class AppModule {}

    The forRoot() method supports all the configuration properties exposed by the paginate constuctor . In addition, there are several extra configuration properties described below.

    Name Description Type Default
    url If you want a global url string null
    isGlobal If you want the module globally boolean true
    showUrl If you want the url to be shown in the results boolean false
    structure Una forma de estructura de respuesta 'simple' | 'segmented' simple
    details Una forma de respuesta 'necessary' | 'complete' complete
    defaultPage Numeros de pagina por defecto globalmente number 1
    defaultOffset Numeros de cantidad por pagina globalmente number 5
    showOffset Si quere offset se muestre en las url globalmente boolean false


    Sequelize implements the Active Record pattern. With this pattern, you use model classes directly to interact with the database. To continue the example, we need at least one model. Let's define the User Model.

    import { Injectable } from '@nestjs/common';
    import { PaginateService, PaginateOptions } from 'nestjs-sequelize-paginate';
    import { ModelUser } from 'src/models/user.model';
    export class UserService {
       constructor(private paginateService: PaginateService) {}
       async findAll(options: PaginateOptions): Promise<any> {
          const paginate = this.paginateService.findAllPaginate({
             model: ModelUser,
             path: '/user',
          return paginate;

    Next, let's look at the UserModule:

    import { Controller, Get, Res, HttpStatus } from '@nestjs/common';
    import { UserService } from './user.service';
    import { Response } from 'express';
    import {
    } from 'nestjs-sequelize-paginate';
    export class UserController {
       constructor(private readonly userService: UserService) {}
       async getUsers(
          @Res() res: Response,
          @PaginateQuery('all') paginateQuery: PaginateQueryInterface,
       ): Promise<any> {
          const data = await this.userService.findAll(paginateQuery);


    As you saw, we're using a decorator, '@PaginateQuery'. The decorator receives only one option as a parameter, which is all, this allows to add the offset through the url !

    This decorator returns the following to you !

       page2, // http://localhost:3000/user?page=2
       offset10, // http://localhost:3000/user?page=2&offset=10
       showOffsettrue // if you add 'all' as a parameter

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