A very simple Sequelize plugin which adds no update and readonly attributes support.
Have previously installed the
sequelize package in the project.
npm install --save sequelize-noupdate-attributes
Add the plugin to the sequelize instance and then set the noupdate properties in your models, as shown in the basic example below:
var sequelizeNoUpdateAttributes = ;var sequelize = 'database' 'user' 'password';; // Note that is the `sequelize` instance the passed reference.var Post = sequelize;
What this do is to mark the
content attribute so if an update is done, then:
- if the field previous value is null, it will accept the change
- if the field previous value is not null, it will trigger a
content field becomes a readonly after its becomes not null.
Works too with foreign key fields in associations:
If you do want truly readonly attributes with no modifications at all
being allowed, you can use the
readonly option as shown below:
var Post = sequelize;
which effectively disables any modification on the
no matter if the previous value was null or not, though exception is
when the record is new.
To run the tests just execute
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