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createHasOneRepositoryFactory() function

Enforces a constraint on a repository based on a relationship contract between models. For example, if a Customer model is related to an Address model via a HasOne relation, then, the relational repository returned by the factory function would be constrained by a Customer model instance’s id(s).

If the target model is polymorphic, i.e. stored within different repositories, supply the targetRepositoryGetter with a dictionary in the form of {[typeName: string]: repositoryGetter}


export declare function createHasOneRepositoryFactory<Target extends Entity, TargetID, ForeignKeyType>(relationMetadata: HasOneDefinition, targetRepositoryGetter: Getter<EntityCrudRepository<Target, TargetID>> | {
    [repoType: string]: Getter<EntityCrudRepository<Target, TargetID>>;
}): HasOneRepositoryFactory<Target, ForeignKeyType>;


Parameter Type Description
relationMetadata HasOneDefinition The relation metadata used to describe the relationship and determine how to apply the constraint.
targetRepositoryGetter Getter<EntityCrudRepository<Target, TargetID>> | { [repoType: string]: Getter<EntityCrudRepository<Target, TargetID>>; } The repository or a dictionary of classname - repository, which represents the target model of a relation attached to a datasource. For the dictionary, the key is the class name of the concrete class the the polymorphic model.


HasOneRepositoryFactory<Target, ForeignKeyType>

The factory function which accepts a foreign key value to constrain the given target repository