mutate causes redraw

Mutate causes redraw before it resolves
const pushConfirmed = (value): void => {
const mutationMode: any = "pessimistic";

mutate({
resource: `api/push/${props.collection}`,
dataProviderName: "api",
meta: { method: "post" },
values: {
mode: "update",
_id: id,
collection: props.collection,
type: props.type,
value: value,
},
ids: ids,
mutationMode: mutationMode,
undoableTimeout: 3000,
});
};
const pushConfirmed = (value): void => {
const mutationMode: any = "pessimistic";

mutate({
resource: `api/push/${props.collection}`,
dataProviderName: "api",
meta: { method: "post" },
values: {
mode: "update",
_id: id,
collection: props.collection,
type: props.type,
value: value,
},
ids: ids,
mutationMode: mutationMode,
undoableTimeout: 3000,
});
};
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kapa.ai
kapa.ai2w ago
Hi @Joe Gaffney. I'm kapa.ai, your friendly support bot. I will try to answer your question by searching through the knowledge base. :wave: ---------------------- Based on the information provided in the knowledge sources, the mutationMode parameter in the mutate function determines how the UI updates are handled during a mutation. Here are the different modes you can use: 1. Pessimistic Mode: UI updates are delayed until the mutation is confirmed by the server. 2. Optimistic Mode: UI updates are immediately updated. 3. Undoable Mode: UI updates are immediately updated, but you can undo the mutation. In your code snippet, you are using the pessimistic mode, which means the UI should not redraw until the mutation is confirmed by the server. However, if you are experiencing a redraw before the mutation resolves, you might want to check if there are other parts of your code or state management that could be causing this behavior. Here is your code snippet for reference:
const pushConfirmed = (value): void => {
const mutationMode: any = "pessimistic";

mutate({
resource: `api/push/${props.collection}`,
dataProviderName: "api",
meta: { method: "post" },
values: {
mode: "update",
_id: id,
collection: props.collection,
type: props.type,
value: value,
},
ids: ids,
mutationMode: mutationMode,
undoableTimeout: 3000,
});
};
const pushConfirmed = (value): void => {
const mutationMode: any = "pessimistic";

mutate({
resource: `api/push/${props.collection}`,
dataProviderName: "api",
meta: { method: "post" },
values: {
mode: "update",
_id: id,
collection: props.collection,
type: props.type,
value: value,
},
ids: ids,
mutationMode: mutationMode,
undoableTimeout: 3000,
});
};
If you want to explore more about mutationMode and its behavior, you can refer to the following documentation links: - MutationMode Documentation (https://refine.dev/docs/core/interface-references/#mutationmode) - useUpdate Hook Documentation (https://refine.dev/docs/data/hooks/use-update/#undoabletimeout) - useUpdateMany Hook Documentation (https://refine.dev/docs/data/hooks/use-update-many/#undoabletimeout) If you need to change the behavior to optimistic or undoable mode, you can adjust the mutationMode parameter accordingly. For example:
const pushConfirmed = (value): void => {
const mutationMode: any = "optimistic"; // or "undoable"

mutate({
resource: `api/push/${props.collection}`,
dataProviderName: "api",
meta: { method: "post" },
values: {
mode: "update",
_id: id,
collection: props.collection,
type: props.type,
value: value,
},
ids: ids,
mutationMode: mutationMode,
undoableTimeout: 3000, // Only relevant for "undoable" mode
});
};
const pushConfirmed = (value): void => {
const mutationMode: any = "optimistic"; // or "undoable"

mutate({
resource: `api/push/${props.collection}`,
dataProviderName: "api",
meta: { method: "post" },
values: {
mode: "update",
_id: id,
collection: props.collection,
type: props.type,
value: value,
},
ids: ids,
mutationMode: mutationMode,
undoableTimeout: 3000, // Only relevant for "undoable" mode
});
};
Make sure to test the behavior after making changes to ensure it meets your requirements. ---------------------- Note: you can ask me a follow up question by @ mentioning me again :speech_balloon: ----------------------
kapa.ai
kapa.ai2w ago
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afraid-scarlet
afraid-scarlet2w ago
@kapa.ai as soon as the mutate is called it will redraw regardless of waiting till completed. Is the something on the props of the muate that can be causing this. I am also using
const queryClient = useQueryClient();
const { mutate } = useUpdateMany();
const queryClient = useQueryClient();
const { mutate } = useUpdateMany();
kapa.ai
kapa.ai2w ago
Let me check the knowledge base for you. One moment! :books: ---------------------- Based on the information provided in the knowledge sources, the mutate function in the useUpdateMany hook should not cause a redraw until the mutation is completed when using the pessimistic mode. However, if you are experiencing a redraw as soon as mutate is called, there might be other factors at play. Here are a few things to check: 1. Ensure mutationMode is set correctly: Make sure that mutationMode is indeed set to "pessimistic". 2. Check for other state changes: Ensure that there are no other state changes or side effects in your component that might be causing a redraw. 3. Query Invalidation: By default, mutate will invalidate certain queries which might cause a redraw. You can control which queries are invalidated using the invalidates prop. Here is an example of how you can use the invalidates prop to control query invalidation:
const { mutate } = useUpdateMany();

const pushConfirmed = (value) => {
const mutationMode = "pessimistic";

mutate({
resource: `api/push/${props.collection}`,
dataProviderName: "api",
meta: { method: "post" },
values: {
mode: "update",
_id: id,
collection: props.collection,
type: props.type,
value: value,
},
ids: ids,
mutationMode: mutationMode,
undoableTimeout: 3000,
invalidates: ["list", "many", "detail"], // Adjust as needed
});
};
const { mutate } = useUpdateMany();

const pushConfirmed = (value) => {
const mutationMode = "pessimistic";

mutate({
resource: `api/push/${props.collection}`,
dataProviderName: "api",
meta: { method: "post" },
values: {
mode: "update",
_id: id,
collection: props.collection,
type: props.type,
value: value,
},
ids: ids,
mutationMode: mutationMode,
undoableTimeout: 3000,
invalidates: ["list", "many", "detail"], // Adjust as needed
});
};
If you want to prevent any query invalidation, you can set invalidates to an empty array:
const { mutate } = useUpdateMany();

const pushConfirmed = (value) => {
const mutationMode = "pessimistic";
mutate({
resource: `api/push/${props.collection}`,
dataProviderName: "api",
meta: { method: "post" },
values: {
mode: "update",
_id: id,
collection: props.collection,
type: props.type,
value: value,
},
ids: ids,
mutationMode: mutationMode,
undoableTimeout: 3000,
invalidates: [], // No queries will be invalidated
});
};
const { mutate } = useUpdateMany();

const pushConfirmed = (value) => {
const mutationMode = "pessimistic";
mutate({
resource: `api/push/${props.collection}`,
dataProviderName: "api",
meta: { method: "post" },
values: {
mode: "update",
_id: id,
collection: props.collection,
type: props.type,
value: value,
},
ids: ids,
mutationMode: mutationMode,
undoableTimeout: 3000,
invalidates: [], // No queries will be invalidated
});
};
For more detailed information, you can refer to the following documentation links: - useUpdateMany Hook Documentation (https://refine.dev/docs/data/hooks/use-update-many/#invalidates) - useUpdate Hook Documentation (https://refine.dev/docs/data/hooks/use-update/#invalidates) If the issue persists, you might want to review other parts of your component or application to identify any additional causes for the redraw. ---------------------- Note: you can ask me a follow up question by @ mentioning me again :speech_balloon: ----------------------
kapa.ai
kapa.ai2w ago
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afraid-scarlet
afraid-scarlet2w ago
@kapa.ai there is nothing i can see that is changing any state or props even when simplifying. Can you confirm that calling mutate even from within a function that is passed down stream should not cause an update until it resolves
kapa.ai
kapa.ai2w ago
Let me check the knowledge base for you. One moment! :books: ---------------------- Based on the information provided in the knowledge sources, calling mutate with mutationMode set to "pessimistic" should not cause an immediate UI update until the mutation is confirmed by the server. This behavior is designed to ensure that the UI only reflects changes once they are successfully processed. Here is a simplified example to illustrate this:
const { mutate } = useUpdateMany();

const pushConfirmed = (value) => {
const mutationMode = "pessimistic";

mutate({
resource: `api/push/${props.collection}`,
dataProviderName: "api",
meta: { method: "post" },
values: {
mode: "update",
_id: id,
collection: props.collection,
type: props.type,
value: value,
},
ids: ids,
mutationMode: mutationMode,
undoableTimeout: 3000,
invalidates: [], // No queries will be invalidated
});
};
const { mutate } = useUpdateMany();

const pushConfirmed = (value) => {
const mutationMode = "pessimistic";

mutate({
resource: `api/push/${props.collection}`,
dataProviderName: "api",
meta: { method: "post" },
values: {
mode: "update",
_id: id,
collection: props.collection,
type: props.type,
value: value,
},
ids: ids,
mutationMode: mutationMode,
undoableTimeout: 3000,
invalidates: [], // No queries will be invalidated
});
};
Key Points: 1. Pessimistic Mode: When using mutationMode: "pessimistic", the UI should not update until the mutation is confirmed by the server. 2. Query Invalidation: Ensure that no queries are being invalidated by setting invalidates: [] if you want to prevent any redraws caused by query invalidation. 3. State and Props: Double-check that no other state or props are being changed elsewhere in your component or application that might cause a redraw. Documentation Links: - useUpdateMany Hook Documentation (https://refine.dev/docs/data/hooks/use-update-many/#invalidates) - useUpdate Hook Documentation (https://refine.dev/docs/data/hooks/use-update/#invalidates) If you have verified that no other state or props are changing and the issue persists, it might be helpful to review the broader context of your application to identify any additional factors that could be causing the redraw. ---------------------- Note: you can ask me a follow up question by @ mentioning me again :speech_balloon: ----------------------
kapa.ai
kapa.ai2w ago
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afraid-scarlet
afraid-scarlet2w ago
@kapa.ai it seems like it will redraw any component that has matching mutate hook
kapa.ai
kapa.ai2w ago
Let me check the knowledge base for you. One moment! :books: ---------------------- If you are experiencing redraws in components that have matching mutate hooks, it is likely due to the default behavior of query invalidation. When a mutation is performed, it can trigger refetching of queries related to the resource being mutated, which can cause components to re-render. Key Points: 1. Query Invalidation: By default, mutate will invalidate certain queries, which can cause components to re-render. You can control this behavior using the invalidates prop. 2. Pessimistic Mode: When using mutationMode: "pessimistic", the UI should not update until the mutation is confirmed by the server. However, query invalidation can still cause re-renders. Example: To prevent query invalidation and avoid unnecessary re-renders, you can set the invalidates prop to an empty array:
const { mutate } = useUpdateMany();

const pushConfirmed = (value) => {
const mutationMode = "pessimistic";

mutate({
resource: `api/push/${props.collection}`,
dataProviderName: "api",
meta: { method: "post" },
values: {
mode: "update",
_id: id,
collection: props.collection,
type: props.type,
value: value,
},
ids: ids,
mutationMode: mutationMode,
undoableTimeout: 3000,
invalidates: [], // No queries will be invalidated
});
};
const { mutate } = useUpdateMany();

const pushConfirmed = (value) => {
const mutationMode = "pessimistic";

mutate({
resource: `api/push/${props.collection}`,
dataProviderName: "api",
meta: { method: "post" },
values: {
mode: "update",
_id: id,
collection: props.collection,
type: props.type,
value: value,
},
ids: ids,
mutationMode: mutationMode,
undoableTimeout: 3000,
invalidates: [], // No queries will be invalidated
});
};
Documentation Links: - useUpdateMany Hook Documentation (https://refine.dev/docs/data/hooks/use-update-many/#invalidates) - useUpdate Hook Documentation (https://refine.dev/docs/data/hooks/use-update/#invalidates) By setting invalidates to an empty array, you can prevent the default behavior of query invalidation, which should help in avoiding unnecessary re-renders of components that have matching mutate hooks. If the issue persists, you may need to further investigate other parts of your application to identify any additional factors contributing to the redraws. ---------------------- Note: you can ask me a follow up question by @ mentioning me again :speech_balloon: ----------------------
kapa.ai
kapa.ai2w ago
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afraid-scarlet
afraid-scarlet2w ago
@kapa.ai I have set invalidates to []
kapa.ai
kapa.ai2w ago
Let me check the knowledge base for you. One moment! :books: ---------------------- If you have already set invalidates to an empty array and are still experiencing redraws, it suggests that the issue might be related to other factors in your application. Here are a few additional steps you can take to diagnose and address the issue: Steps to Diagnose and Address Redraws: 1. Check for State Changes: Ensure that there are no other state changes or side effects in your component or its parent components that might be causing a redraw. 2. Verify mutationMode: Double-check that mutationMode is correctly set to "pessimistic" to ensure that the UI updates only after the mutation is confirmed by the server. 3. Component Dependencies: Review the dependencies of your components to ensure that they are not inadvertently causing re-renders. For example, if a parent component re-renders, it can cause child components to re-render as well. 4. Use React DevTools: Utilize React DevTools to inspect which components are re-rendering and why. This can help you identify any unexpected re-renders and their causes. Example Code: Here is your code snippet with invalidates set to an empty array:
const { mutate } = useUpdateMany();

const pushConfirmed = (value) => {
const mutationMode = "pessimistic";

mutate({
resource: `api/push/${props.collection}`,
dataProviderName: "api",
meta: { method: "post" },
values: {
mode: "update",
_id: id,
collection: props.collection,
type: props.type,
value: value,
},
ids: ids,
mutationMode: mutationMode,
undoableTimeout: 3000,
invalidates: [], // No queries will be invalidated
});
};
const { mutate } = useUpdateMany();

const pushConfirmed = (value) => {
const mutationMode = "pessimistic";

mutate({
resource: `api/push/${props.collection}`,
dataProviderName: "api",
meta: { method: "post" },
values: {
mode: "update",
_id: id,
collection: props.collection,
type: props.type,
value: value,
},
ids: ids,
mutationMode: mutationMode,
undoableTimeout: 3000,
invalidates: [], // No queries will be invalidated
});
};
Documentation Links: - useUpdateMany Hook Documentation (https://refine.dev/docs/data/hooks/use-update-many/#invalidates) - useUpdate Hook Documentation (https://refine.dev/docs/data/hooks/use-update/#invalidates) If you have verified that no other state or props are changing and the issue persists, it might be helpful to review the broader context of your application to identify any additional factors that could be causing the redraw. If you need further assistance, you can refer to the refine documentation (https://refine.dev/docs) for more detailed information. ---------------------- Note: you can ask me a follow up question by @ mentioning me again :speech_balloon: ----------------------
kapa.ai
kapa.ai2w ago
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afraid-scarlet
afraid-scarlet2w ago
@kapa.ai my scenario is i have many useUpdateMany hooks across a table and parameters is there an issue with this as one is being called seems to refresh any others that are matching
kapa.ai
kapa.ai2w ago
Let me check the knowledge base for you. One moment! :books: ---------------------- In your scenario, having multiple useUpdateMany hooks across a table and parameters should not inherently cause issues. However, if calling one mutate function seems to refresh other components with matching hooks, it is likely due to the default behavior of query invalidation. Key Points: 1. Query Invalidation: By default, mutate will invalidate certain queries related to the resource being mutated, which can cause components to re-render. This behavior can be controlled using the invalidates prop. 2. Pessimistic Mode: When using mutationMode: "pessimistic", the UI should not update until the mutation is confirmed by the server. However, query invalidation can still cause re-renders. Steps to Address the Issue: 1. Set invalidates to an Empty Array: Ensure that you have set the invalidates prop to an empty array to prevent query invalidation and avoid unnecessary re-renders. 2. Check for State Changes: Verify that there are no other state changes or side effects in your components that might be causing a redraw. 3. Use React DevTools: Utilize React DevTools to inspect which components are re-rendering and why. This can help you identify any unexpected re-renders and their causes. Example Code: Here is an example of how you can set the invalidates prop to an empty array:
const { mutate } = useUpdateMany();

const pushConfirmed = (value) => {
const mutationMode = "pessimistic";
mutate({
resource: `api/push/${props.collection}`,
dataProviderName: "api",
meta: { method: "post" },
values: {
mode: "update",
_id: id,
collection: props.collection,
type: props.type,
value: value,
},
ids: ids,
mutationMode: mutationMode,
undoableTimeout: 3000,
invalidates: [], // No queries will be invalidated
});
};
const { mutate } = useUpdateMany();

const pushConfirmed = (value) => {
const mutationMode = "pessimistic";
mutate({
resource: `api/push/${props.collection}`,
dataProviderName: "api",
meta: { method: "post" },
values: {
mode: "update",
_id: id,
collection: props.collection,
type: props.type,
value: value,
},
ids: ids,
mutationMode: mutationMode,
undoableTimeout: 3000,
invalidates: [], // No queries will be invalidated
});
};
Documentation Links: - useUpdateMany Hook Documentation (https://refine.dev/docs/data/hooks/use-update-many/#invalidates) - useUpdate Hook Documentation (https://refine.dev/docs/data/hooks/use-update/#invalidates) By setting invalidates to an empty array, you can prevent the default behavior of query invalidation, which should help in avoiding unnecessary re-renders of components that have matching mutate hooks. If the issue persists, you may need to further investigate other parts of your application to identify any additional factors contributing to the redraws. ---------------------- Note: you can ask me a follow up question by @ mentioning me again :speech_balloon: ----------------------
kapa.ai
kapa.ai2w ago
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afraid-scarlet
afraid-scarlet2w ago
@kapa.ai is it something to do with the mutation key do i need to set this to ensure is unquie it is not the cache iteself causing a re draw
kapa.ai
kapa.ai2w ago
Let me check the knowledge base for you. One moment! :books: ---------------------- Yes, the mutation key can play a role in how the cache and re-renders are managed. In refine, the mutationKey can be used to uniquely identify a mutation, which can help in managing the cache more effectively and potentially avoid unnecessary re-renders. Key Points: 1. Mutation Key: Using a unique mutationKey for each mutation can help in managing the cache and avoiding conflicts that might cause re-renders. 2. Cache Management: Properly managing the cache and ensuring that each mutation is uniquely identified can help in preventing unintended re-renders. Example Code: Here is an example of how you can set a unique mutationKey for each mutation:
const { mutate } = useUpdateMany();

const pushConfirmed = (value) => {
const mutationMode = "pessimistic";

mutate({
resource: `api/push/${props.collection}`,
dataProviderName: "api",
meta: { method: "post" },
values: {
mode: "update",
_id: id,
collection: props.collection,
type: props.type,
value: value,
},
ids: ids,
mutationMode: mutationMode,
undoableTimeout: 3000,
invalidates: [], // No queries will be invalidated
mutationKey: `push-${props.collection}-${id}`, // Unique mutation key
});
};
const { mutate } = useUpdateMany();

const pushConfirmed = (value) => {
const mutationMode = "pessimistic";

mutate({
resource: `api/push/${props.collection}`,
dataProviderName: "api",
meta: { method: "post" },
values: {
mode: "update",
_id: id,
collection: props.collection,
type: props.type,
value: value,
},
ids: ids,
mutationMode: mutationMode,
undoableTimeout: 3000,
invalidates: [], // No queries will be invalidated
mutationKey: `push-${props.collection}-${id}`, // Unique mutation key
});
};
Documentation Links: - useUpdateMany Hook Documentation (https://refine.dev/docs/data/hooks/use-update-many/#invalidates) - useUpdate Hook Documentation (https://refine.dev/docs/data/hooks/use-update/#invalidates) By setting a unique mutationKey for each mutation, you can help ensure that the cache is managed more effectively and avoid unintended re-renders. If the issue persists, you may need to further investigate other parts of your application to identify any additional factors contributing to the redraws. ---------------------- Note: you can ask me a follow up question by @ mentioning me again :speech_balloon: ----------------------
kapa.ai
kapa.ai2w ago
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afraid-scarlet
afraid-scarlet2w ago
@kapa.ai thats not how you set the internals of the react query mutation how do i set it
kapa.ai
kapa.ai2w ago
Let me check the knowledge base for you. One moment! :books: ---------------------- To set a unique mutationKey in React Query, you need to pass it as an option to the useMutation or useUpdateMany hook. This helps in uniquely identifying the mutation and managing the cache more effectively. Here is how you can set a unique mutationKey using the useUpdateMany hook: Example Code:
import { useUpdateMany } from "@refinedev/core";

const MyComponent = (props) => {
const { mutate } = useUpdateMany();

const pushConfirmed = (value) => {
const mutationMode = "pessimistic";

mutate({
resource: `api/push/${props.collection}`,
dataProviderName: "api",
meta: { method: "post" },
values: {
mode: "update",
_id: id,
collection: props.collection,
type: props.type,
value: value,
},
ids: ids,
mutationMode: mutationMode,
undoableTimeout: 3000,
invalidates: [], // No queries will be invalidated
mutationKey: `push-${props.collection}-${id}`, // Unique mutation key
});
};

return (
<button onClick={() => pushConfirmed(someValue)}>Submit</button>
);
};
import { useUpdateMany } from "@refinedev/core";

const MyComponent = (props) => {
const { mutate } = useUpdateMany();

const pushConfirmed = (value) => {
const mutationMode = "pessimistic";

mutate({
resource: `api/push/${props.collection}`,
dataProviderName: "api",
meta: { method: "post" },
values: {
mode: "update",
_id: id,
collection: props.collection,
type: props.type,
value: value,
},
ids: ids,
mutationMode: mutationMode,
undoableTimeout: 3000,
invalidates: [], // No queries will be invalidated
mutationKey: `push-${props.collection}-${id}`, // Unique mutation key
});
};

return (
<button onClick={() => pushConfirmed(someValue)}>Submit</button>
);
};
Key Points: 1. mutationKey: Setting a unique mutationKey helps in managing the cache and avoiding conflicts that might cause re-renders. 2. invalidates: Setting invalidates to an empty array prevents query invalidation, which can help in avoiding unnecessary re-renders. Documentation Links: - useUpdateMany Hook Documentation (https://refine.dev/docs/data/hooks/use-update-many/#invalidates) - useUpdate Hook Documentation (https://refine.dev/docs/data/hooks/use-update/#invalidates) By setting a unique mutationKey for each mutation, you can help ensure that the cache is managed more effectively and avoid unintended re-renders. If the issue persists, you may need to further investigate other parts of your application to identify any additional factors contributing to the redraws. ---------------------- Note: you can ask me a follow up question by @ mentioning me again :speech_balloon: ----------------------
kapa.ai
kapa.ai2w ago
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afraid-scarlet
afraid-scarlet2w ago
@kapa.ai is seems like if there is multiple useCreateMany hooks shared accross multiple visible component with the same resource they all seem to redraw even before mutation completes. They redraw on call
kapa.ai
kapa.ai2w ago
Let me check the knowledge base for you. One moment! :books: ---------------------- If you have multiple useCreateMany hooks shared across multiple visible components with the same resource, and they all seem to redraw even before the mutation completes, it is likely due to the default behavior of query invalidation and cache management in React Query. Key Points: 1. Query Invalidation: By default, useCreateMany will invalidate certain queries related to the resource being mutated, which can cause components to re-render. 2. Cache Management: Properly managing the cache and ensuring that each mutation is uniquely identified can help in preventing unintended re-renders. Steps to Address the Issue: 1. Set invalidates to an Empty Array: Ensure that you have set the invalidates prop to an empty array to prevent query invalidation and avoid unnecessary re-renders. 2. Use Unique mutationKey: Use a unique mutationKey for each mutation to help in managing the cache more effectively and avoid conflicts that might cause re-renders. Example Code: Here is an example of how you can set the invalidates prop to an empty array and use a unique mutationKey:
import { useCreateMany } from "@refinedev/core";

const MyComponent = (props) => {
const { mutate } = useCreateMany();

const pushConfirmed = (value) => {
const mutationMode = "pessimistic";
mutate({
resource: `api/push/${props.collection}`,
dataProviderName: "api",
meta: { method: "post" },
values: [{
mode: "update",
_id: id,
collection: props.collection,
type: props.type,
value: value,
}],
mutationMode: mutationMode,
undoableTimeout: 3000,
invalidates: [], // No queries will be invalidated
mutationKey: `push-${props.collection}-${id}`, // Unique mutation key
});
};

return (
<button onClick={() => pushConfirmed(someValue)}>Submit</button>
);
};
import { useCreateMany } from "@refinedev/core";

const MyComponent = (props) => {
const { mutate } = useCreateMany();

const pushConfirmed = (value) => {
const mutationMode = "pessimistic";
mutate({
resource: `api/push/${props.collection}`,
dataProviderName: "api",
meta: { method: "post" },
values: [{
mode: "update",
_id: id,
collection: props.collection,
type: props.type,
value: value,
}],
mutationMode: mutationMode,
undoableTimeout: 3000,
invalidates: [], // No queries will be invalidated
mutationKey: `push-${props.collection}-${id}`, // Unique mutation key
});
};

return (
<button onClick={() => pushConfirmed(someValue)}>Submit</button>
);
};
Documentation Links: - useCreateMany Hook Documentation (https://refine.dev/docs/data/hooks/use-create-many/#invalidates) - useUpdateMany Hook Documentation (https://refine.dev/docs/data/hooks/use-update-many/#invalidates) By setting invalidates to an empty array and using a unique mutationKey for each mutation, you can help ensure that the cache is managed more effectively and avoid unintended re-renders. If the issue persists, you may need to further investigate other parts of your application to identify any additional factors contributing to the redraws. ---------------------- Note: you can ask me a follow up question by @ mentioning me again :speech_balloon: ----------------------
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kapa.ai2w ago
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afraid-scarlet
afraid-scarlet2w ago
@kapa.ai Argument of type '{ resource: string; dataProviderName: string; meta: { method: string; key: string; }; values: { mode: string; _id: any; collection: string; type: string; value: any; }; ids: any[]; mutationMode: any; undoableTimeout: number; invalidates: never[]; mutationKey: string; }' is not assignable to parameter of type 'UpdateManyParams<BaseRecord, HttpError, {}>'.
kapa.ai
kapa.ai2w ago
Let me check the knowledge base for you. One moment! :books: ---------------------- The error message you are encountering indicates that the object you are passing to the mutate function does not match the expected type UpdateManyParams<BaseRecord, HttpError, {}>. Specifically, it seems that some properties are either missing or incorrectly named. Key Points: 1. Type Mismatch: Ensure that the properties you are passing to the mutate function match the expected type. 2. Correct Property Names: Double-check the property names and their types to ensure they align with the expected UpdateManyParams type. Example Code: Here is an example of how you can structure the mutate function call to match the expected type:
import { useUpdateMany } from "@refinedev/core";

const MyComponent = (props) => {
const { mutate } = useUpdateMany();

const pushConfirmed = (value) => {
const mutationMode = "pessimistic";

mutate({
resource: `api/push/${props.collection}`,
dataProviderName: "api",
meta: { method: "post", key: "unique-key" },
values: {
mode: "update",
_id: id,
collection: props.collection,
type: props.type,
value: value,
},
ids: ids,
mutationMode: mutationMode,
undoableTimeout: 3000,
invalidates: [], // No queries will be invalidated
mutationKey: `push-${props.collection}-${id}`, // Unique mutation key
});
};

return (
<button onClick={() => pushConfirmed(someValue)}>Submit</button>
);
};
import { useUpdateMany } from "@refinedev/core";

const MyComponent = (props) => {
const { mutate } = useUpdateMany();

const pushConfirmed = (value) => {
const mutationMode = "pessimistic";

mutate({
resource: `api/push/${props.collection}`,
dataProviderName: "api",
meta: { method: "post", key: "unique-key" },
values: {
mode: "update",
_id: id,
collection: props.collection,
type: props.type,
value: value,
},
ids: ids,
mutationMode: mutationMode,
undoableTimeout: 3000,
invalidates: [], // No queries will be invalidated
mutationKey: `push-${props.collection}-${id}`, // Unique mutation key
});
};

return (
<button onClick={() => pushConfirmed(someValue)}>Submit</button>
);
};
Documentation Links: - useUpdateMany Hook Documentation (https://refine.dev/docs/data/hooks/use-update-many/#invalidates) - useUpdate Hook Documentation (https://refine.dev/docs/data/hooks/use-update/#invalidates) Additional Notes: - Ensure Correct Types: Make sure that the types of the properties you are passing (e.g., values, ids, meta) match the expected types in the UpdateManyParams interface. - Check Required Properties: Verify that all required properties are included and correctly named. By ensuring that the properties you pass to the mutate function match the expected types and names, you can resolve the type mismatch error. If you need further assistance, you can refer to the refine documentation (https://refine.dev/docs) for more detailed information. ---------------------- Note: you can ask me a follow up question by @ mentioning me again :speech_balloon: ----------------------
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kapa.ai2w ago
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afraid-scarlet
afraid-scarlet2w ago
@kapa.ai it seems useCreateMany has hard code invalidations on the onSettled onSettled: ( _data, _error, { ids, resource: resourceName, dataProviderName }, ) => { const { identifier } = select(resourceName); // invalidate the cache for the list and many queries: invalidateStore({ resource: identifier, invalidates: ["list", "many"], dataProviderName: pickDataProvider( identifier, dataProviderName, resources, ), }); ids.forEach((id) => invalidateStore({ resource: identifier, invalidates: ["detail"], dataProviderName: pickDataProvider( identifier, dataProviderName, resources, ), id, }), ); notificationDispatch({ type: ActionTypes.REMOVE, payload: { id: ids, resource: identifier }, }); },
kapa.ai
kapa.ai2w ago
Let me check the knowledge base for you. One moment! :books: ---------------------- It appears that the useCreateMany hook in refine has hard-coded invalidations in the onSettled callback. This means that after the mutation is settled (whether it succeeds or fails), it will invalidate the cache for the list, many, and detail queries by default. This behavior can cause components that rely on these queries to re-render. Key Points: 1. Hard-Coded Invalidations: The onSettled callback in useCreateMany invalidates the cache for list, many, and detail queries. 2. Impact on Components: This can cause components that use these queries to re-render when the mutation is called. Example Code from useCreateMany: Here is the relevant part of the onSettled callback in useCreateMany:
onSettled: (
_data,
_error,
{ ids, resource: resourceName, dataProviderName },
) => {
const { identifier } = select(resourceName);

// Invalidate the cache for the list and many queries:
invalidateStore({
resource: identifier,
invalidates: ["list", "many"],
dataProviderName: pickDataProvider(
identifier,
dataProviderName,
resources,
),
});

ids.forEach((id) =>
invalidateStore({
resource: identifier,
invalidates: ["detail"],
dataProviderName: pickDataProvider(
identifier,
dataProviderName,
resources,
),
id,
}),
);

notificationDispatch({
type: ActionTypes.REMOVE,
payload: { id: ids, resource: identifier },
});
},
onSettled: (
_data,
_error,
{ ids, resource: resourceName, dataProviderName },
) => {
const { identifier } = select(resourceName);

// Invalidate the cache for the list and many queries:
invalidateStore({
resource: identifier,
invalidates: ["list", "many"],
dataProviderName: pickDataProvider(
identifier,
dataProviderName,
resources,
),
});

ids.forEach((id) =>
invalidateStore({
resource: identifier,
invalidates: ["detail"],
dataProviderName: pickDataProvider(
identifier,
dataProviderName,
resources,
),
id,
}),
);

notificationDispatch({
type: ActionTypes.REMOVE,
payload: { id: ids, resource: identifier },
});
},
Documentation Links: - useCreateMany Hook Documentation (https://refine.dev/docs/data/hooks/use-create-many/#invalidates) Addressing the Issue: If you want to prevent these automatic invalidations, you might need to customize the behavior of the useCreateMany hook. Unfortunately, based on the provided knowledge sources, there is no direct way to override the onSettled behavior in useCreateMany. Potential Workarounds: 1. Custom Hook: Create a custom hook that wraps useCreateMany and provides more control over the invalidation behavior. 2. Manual Cache Management: Manually manage the cache invalidation using React Query's queryClient to selectively invalidate queries as needed. Example of Manual Cache Management: Here is an example of how you might manually manage cache invalidation using React Query's queryClient: ``javascript import { useQueryClient } from "react-query"; import { useCreateMany } from "@refinedev/core"; const MyComponent = (props) => { const queryClient = useQueryClient(); const { mutate } = useCreateMany(); const pushConfirmed = (value) => { const mutationMode = "pessimistic"; mutate( { resource: api/push/${props.collection}`, dataProviderName: "api", meta: { method: "post" }, values: [ { mode: "update", _id: id, collection: props.collection, type: props.type, value: value, }, ], mutationMode: mutationMode, undoableTimeout: 3000, invalidates: [], // No queries will be invalidated }, { onSettled: () => { // Custom cache invalidation logic queryClient.invalidateQueries(["customQueryKey"]); }, } ); }; return <button onClick={() => pushConfirmed(someValue)}>Submit</ ---------------------- Note: you can ask me a follow up question by @ mentioning me again :speech_balloon: ----------------------
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kapa.ai2w ago
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afraid-scarlet
afraid-scarlet2w ago
@kapa.ai will setting invalidates: [], acctuall stop any invalidations though i cant see that in the logic
kapa.ai
kapa.ai2w ago
Let me check the knowledge base for you. One moment! :books: ---------------------- Based on the provided knowledge sources, setting invalidates: [] in the useCreateMany hook will not stop the hard-coded invalidations that occur in the onSettled callback. The onSettled callback in useCreateMany is designed to invalidate the cache for list, many, and detail queries regardless of the invalidates prop. Key Points: 1. Hard-Coded Invalidations: The onSettled callback in useCreateMany invalidates the cache for list, many, and detail queries by default. 2. invalidates Prop: Setting invalidates: [] will not override the hard-coded invalidations in the onSettled callback. Example Code from useCreateMany: Here is the relevant part of the onSettled callback in useCreateMany:
onSettled: (
_data,
_error,
{ ids, resource: resourceName, dataProviderName },
) => {
const { identifier } = select(resourceName);

// Invalidate the cache for the list and many queries:
invalidateStore({
resource: identifier,
invalidates: ["list", "many"],
dataProviderName: pickDataProvider(
identifier,
dataProviderName,
resources,
),
});

ids.forEach((id) =>
invalidateStore({
resource: identifier,
invalidates: ["detail"],
dataProviderName: pickDataProvider(
identifier,
dataProviderName,
resources,
),
id,
}),
);

notificationDispatch({
type: ActionTypes.REMOVE,
payload: { id: ids, resource: identifier },
});
},
onSettled: (
_data,
_error,
{ ids, resource: resourceName, dataProviderName },
) => {
const { identifier } = select(resourceName);

// Invalidate the cache for the list and many queries:
invalidateStore({
resource: identifier,
invalidates: ["list", "many"],
dataProviderName: pickDataProvider(
identifier,
dataProviderName,
resources,
),
});

ids.forEach((id) =>
invalidateStore({
resource: identifier,
invalidates: ["detail"],
dataProviderName: pickDataProvider(
identifier,
dataProviderName,
resources,
),
id,
}),
);

notificationDispatch({
type: ActionTypes.REMOVE,
payload: { id: ids, resource: identifier },
});
},
Addressing the Issue: To prevent these automatic invalidations, you might need to customize the behavior of the useCreateMany hook. Unfortunately, based on the provided knowledge sources, there is no direct way to override the onSettled behavior in useCreateMany. Potential Workarounds: 1. Custom Hook: Create a custom hook that wraps useCreateMany and provides more control over the invalidation behavior. 2. Manual Cache Management: Manually manage the cache invalidation using React Query's queryClient to selectively invalidate queries as needed. Example of Manual Cache Management: Here is an example of how you might manually manage cache invalidation using React Query's queryClient:
import { useQueryClient } from "react-query";
import { useCreateMany } from "@refinedev/core";

const MyComponent = (props) => {
const queryClient = useQueryClient();
const { mutate } = useCreateMany();

const pushConfirmed = (value) => {
const mutationMode = "pessimistic";

mutate(
{
resource: `api/push/${props.collection}`,
dataProviderName: "api",
meta: { method: "post" },
values: [
{
mode: "update",
_id: id,
collection: props.collection,
type: props.type,
value: value,
},
],
mutationMode: mutationMode,
undoableTimeout: 3000,
invalidates: [], // No queries will be invalidated
},
{
onSettled: () => {
// Custom cache invalidation logic
queryClient.invalidateQueries(["customQueryKey"]);
},
}
);
};

return <button onClick={() => pushConfirmed(someValue)}>Submit</button>;
};
import { useQueryClient } from "react-query";
import { useCreateMany } from "@refinedev/core";

const MyComponent = (props) => {
const queryClient = useQueryClient();
const { mutate } = useCreateMany();

const pushConfirmed = (value) => {
const mutationMode = "pessimistic";

mutate(
{
resource: `api/push/${props.collection}`,
dataProviderName: "api",
meta: { method: "post" },
values: [
{
mode: "update",
_id: id,
collection: props.collection,
type: props.type,
value: value,
},
],
mutationMode: mutationMode,
undoableTimeout: 3000,
invalidates: [], // No queries will be invalidated
},
{
onSettled: () => {
// Custom cache invalidation logic
queryClient.invalidateQueries(["customQueryKey"]);
},
}
);
};

return <button onClick={() => pushConfirmed(someValue)}>Submit</button>;
};
Documentation Links: - [useCreateMany ---------------------- Note: you can ask me a follow up question by @ mentioning me again :speech_balloon: ----------------------
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kapa.ai2w ago
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afraid-scarlet
afraid-scarlet2w ago
@kapa.ai its there as an argument but not used anywhere that i can see / * You can use it to manage the invalidations that will occur at the end of the mutation. */ invalidates?: Array<keyof IQueryKeys>; /
kapa.ai
kapa.ai2w ago
Let me check the knowledge base for you. One moment! :books: ---------------------- Based on the provided information, it appears that the invalidates prop is available as an argument but is not utilized in the onSettled callback of the useCreateMany hook. This means that setting invalidates: [] will not prevent the default invalidation behavior. Key Points: 1. Hard-Coded Invalidations: The onSettled callback in useCreateMany invalidates the cache for list, many, and detail queries by default. 2. invalidates Prop: Although the invalidates prop is available, it is not used in the onSettled logic, so setting it to an empty array will not stop the invalidations. Example Code from useCreateMany: Here is the relevant part of the onSettled callback in useCreateMany:
onSettled: (
_data,
_error,
{{ ids, resource: resourceName, dataProviderName }},
) => {{
const {{ identifier }} = select(resourceName);

// Invalidate the cache for the list and many queries:
invalidateStore({{
resource: identifier,
invalidates: ["list", "many"],
dataProviderName: pickDataProvider(
identifier,
dataProviderName,
resources,
),
}});

ids.forEach((id) =>
invalidateStore({{
resource: identifier,
invalidates: ["detail"],
dataProviderName: pickDataProvider(
identifier,
dataProviderName,
resources,
),
id,
}}),
);

notificationDispatch({{
type: ActionTypes.REMOVE,
payload: {{ id: ids, resource: identifier }},
}});
}},
onSettled: (
_data,
_error,
{{ ids, resource: resourceName, dataProviderName }},
) => {{
const {{ identifier }} = select(resourceName);

// Invalidate the cache for the list and many queries:
invalidateStore({{
resource: identifier,
invalidates: ["list", "many"],
dataProviderName: pickDataProvider(
identifier,
dataProviderName,
resources,
),
}});

ids.forEach((id) =>
invalidateStore({{
resource: identifier,
invalidates: ["detail"],
dataProviderName: pickDataProvider(
identifier,
dataProviderName,
resources,
),
id,
}}),
);

notificationDispatch({{
type: ActionTypes.REMOVE,
payload: {{ id: ids, resource: identifier }},
}});
}},
Addressing the Issue: To prevent these automatic invalidations, you might need to customize the behavior of the useCreateMany hook. Unfortunately, based on the provided knowledge sources, there is no direct way to override the onSettled behavior in useCreateMany. Potential Workarounds: 1. Custom Hook: Create a custom hook that wraps useCreateMany and provides more control over the invalidation behavior. 2. Manual Cache Management: Manually manage the cache invalidation using React Query's queryClient to selectively invalidate queries as needed. Example of Manual Cache Management: Here is an example of how you might manually manage cache invalidation using React Query's queryClient:
import {{ useQueryClient }} from "react-query";
import {{ useCreateMany }} from "@refinedev/core";

const MyComponent = (props) => {{
const queryClient = useQueryClient();
const {{ mutate }} = useCreateMany();

const pushConfirmed = (value) => {{
const mutationMode = "pessimistic";

mutate(
{{
resource: `api/push/${{props.collection}}`,
dataProviderName: "api",
meta: {{ method: "post" }},
values: [
{{
mode: "update",
_id: id,
collection: props.collection,
type: props.type,
value: value,
}},
],
mutationMode: mutationMode,
undoableTimeout: 3000,
invalidates: [], // No queries will be invalidated
}},
{{
onSettled: () => {{
// Custom cache invalidation logic
queryClient.invalidateQueries(["customQueryKey"]);
}},
}}
);
}};

return <button onClick={{() => pushConfirmed(someValue)}}>Submit</button>;
}};
import {{ useQueryClient }} from "react-query";
import {{ useCreateMany }} from "@refinedev/core";

const MyComponent = (props) => {{
const queryClient = useQueryClient();
const {{ mutate }} = useCreateMany();

const pushConfirmed = (value) => {{
const mutationMode = "pessimistic";

mutate(
{{
resource: `api/push/${{props.collection}}`,
dataProviderName: "api",
meta: {{ method: "post" }},
values: [
{{
mode: "update",
_id: id,
collection: props.collection,
type: props.type,
value: value,
}},
],
mutationMode: mutationMode,
undoableTimeout: 3000,
invalidates: [], // No queries will be invalidated
}},
{{
onSettled: () => {{
// Custom cache invalidation logic
queryClient.invalidateQueries(["customQueryKey"]);
}},
}}
);
}};

return <button onClick={{() => pushConfirmed(someValue)}}>Submit</button>;
}};
Documentation Links: - [ ---------------------- Note: you can ask me a follow up question by @ mentioning me again :speech_balloon: ----------------------
kapa.ai
kapa.ai2w ago
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afraid-scarlet
afraid-scarlet2w ago
@kapa.ai yes this sort of makes sens as it is then invalidating all the other useUpdateManys with the same resource by default and cant be turned off.
kapa.ai
kapa.ai2w ago
Let me check the knowledge base for you. One moment! :books: ---------------------- Yes, it appears that the default behavior of the useCreateMany hook in refine is to invalidate all queries related to the same resource, which includes list, many, and detail queries. This behavior is hard-coded in the onSettled callback and cannot be turned off using the invalidates prop. Key Points: 1. Hard-Coded Invalidations: The onSettled callback in useCreateMany invalidates the cache for list, many, and detail queries by default. 2. Impact on Components: This can cause components that use these queries to re-render when the mutation is called, affecting all useUpdateMany hooks with the same resource. Example Code from useCreateMany: Here is the relevant part of the onSettled callback in useCreateMany:
onSettled: (
_data,
_error,
{ ids, resource: resourceName, dataProviderName },
) => {
const { identifier } = select(resourceName);

// Invalidate the cache for the list and many queries:
invalidateStore({
resource: identifier,
invalidates: ["list", "many"],
dataProviderName: pickDataProvider(
identifier,
dataProviderName,
resources,
),
});

ids.forEach((id) =>
invalidateStore({
resource: identifier,
invalidates: ["detail"],
dataProviderName: pickDataProvider(
identifier,
dataProviderName,
resources,
),
id,
}),
);

notificationDispatch({
type: ActionTypes.REMOVE,
payload: { id: ids, resource: identifier },
});
},
onSettled: (
_data,
_error,
{ ids, resource: resourceName, dataProviderName },
) => {
const { identifier } = select(resourceName);

// Invalidate the cache for the list and many queries:
invalidateStore({
resource: identifier,
invalidates: ["list", "many"],
dataProviderName: pickDataProvider(
identifier,
dataProviderName,
resources,
),
});

ids.forEach((id) =>
invalidateStore({
resource: identifier,
invalidates: ["detail"],
dataProviderName: pickDataProvider(
identifier,
dataProviderName,
resources,
),
id,
}),
);

notificationDispatch({
type: ActionTypes.REMOVE,
payload: { id: ids, resource: identifier },
});
},
Addressing the Issue: To prevent these automatic invalidations, you might need to customize the behavior of the useCreateMany hook. Unfortunately, based on the provided knowledge sources, there is no direct way to override the onSettled behavior in useCreateMany. Potential Workarounds: 1. Custom Hook: Create a custom hook that wraps useCreateMany and provides more control over the invalidation behavior. 2. Manual Cache Management: Manually manage the cache invalidation using React Query's queryClient to selectively invalidate queries as needed. Example of Manual Cache Management: Here is an example of how you might manually manage cache invalidation using React Query's queryClient:
import { useQueryClient } from "react-query";
import { useCreateMany } from "@refinedev/core";

const MyComponent = (props) => {
const queryClient = useQueryClient();
const { mutate } = useCreateMany();

const pushConfirmed = (value) => {
const mutationMode = "pessimistic";

mutate(
{
resource: `api/push/${props.collection}`,
dataProviderName: "api",
meta: { method: "post" },
values: [
{
mode: "update",
_id: id,
collection: props.collection,
type: props.type,
value: value,
},
],
mutationMode: mutationMode,
undoableTimeout: 3000,
invalidates: [], // No queries will be invalidated
},
{
onSettled: () => {
// Custom cache invalidation logic
queryClient.invalidateQueries(["customQueryKey"]);
},
}
);
};

return <button onClick={() => pushConfirmed(someValue)}>Submit</button>;
};
import { useQueryClient } from "react-query";
import { useCreateMany } from "@refinedev/core";

const MyComponent = (props) => {
const queryClient = useQueryClient();
const { mutate } = useCreateMany();

const pushConfirmed = (value) => {
const mutationMode = "pessimistic";

mutate(
{
resource: `api/push/${props.collection}`,
dataProviderName: "api",
meta: { method: "post" },
values: [
{
mode: "update",
_id: id,
collection: props.collection,
type: props.type,
value: value,
},
],
mutationMode: mutationMode,
undoableTimeout: 3000,
invalidates: [], // No queries will be invalidated
},
{
onSettled: () => {
// Custom cache invalidation logic
queryClient.invalidateQueries(["customQueryKey"]);
},
}
);
};

return <button onClick={() => pushConfirmed(someValue)}>Submit</button>;
};
Documentation Links: - [useCreateMany Hook Documentation](https://refine.dev ---------------------- Note: you can ask me a follow up question by @ mentioning me again :speech_balloon: ----------------------
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kapa.ai2w ago
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afraid-scarlet
afraid-scarlet2w ago
@kapa.ai I was able to override the onSettled to stop the invaliation or issue when other similar useUpdateMany hooks are reran.
const { mutate } = useUpdateMany({
mutationOptions: {
mutationKey: [`${props.type}-${id}`],
onSettled: (data, variables, context) => {},
},
});
const { mutate } = useUpdateMany({
mutationOptions: {
mutationKey: [`${props.type}-${id}`],
onSettled: (data, variables, context) => {},
},
});
kapa.ai
kapa.ai2w ago
Let me check the knowledge base for you. One moment! :books: ---------------------- It's great to hear that you were able to override the onSettled callback to stop the invalidation and prevent issues when other similar useUpdateMany hooks are rerun. By customizing the onSettled callback, you can control the behavior after the mutation is settled and avoid unnecessary re-renders. Here is how you can override the onSettled callback in the useUpdateMany hook:
import { useUpdateMany } from "@refinedev/core";

const MyComponent = (props) => {
const { mutate } = useUpdateMany({
mutationOptions: {
mutationKey: [`${props.type}-${id}`],
onSettled: (data, variables, context) => {
// Custom logic after the mutation is settled
// No invalidation will occur
},
},
});

const pushConfirmed = (value) => {
const mutationMode = "pessimistic";

mutate({
resource: `api/push/${props.collection}`,
dataProviderName: "api",
meta: { method: "post" },
values: {
mode: "update",
_id: id,
collection: props.collection,
type: props.type,
value: value,
},
ids: ids,
mutationMode: mutationMode,
undoableTimeout: 3000,
invalidates: [], // No queries will be invalidated
});
};

return <button onClick={() => pushConfirmed(someValue)}>Submit</button>;
};
import { useUpdateMany } from "@refinedev/core";

const MyComponent = (props) => {
const { mutate } = useUpdateMany({
mutationOptions: {
mutationKey: [`${props.type}-${id}`],
onSettled: (data, variables, context) => {
// Custom logic after the mutation is settled
// No invalidation will occur
},
},
});

const pushConfirmed = (value) => {
const mutationMode = "pessimistic";

mutate({
resource: `api/push/${props.collection}`,
dataProviderName: "api",
meta: { method: "post" },
values: {
mode: "update",
_id: id,
collection: props.collection,
type: props.type,
value: value,
},
ids: ids,
mutationMode: mutationMode,
undoableTimeout: 3000,
invalidates: [], // No queries will be invalidated
});
};

return <button onClick={() => pushConfirmed(someValue)}>Submit</button>;
};
Key Points: 1. Custom onSettled Callback: By providing a custom onSettled callback, you can control what happens after the mutation is settled and prevent the default invalidation behavior. 2. Mutation Key: Using a unique mutationKey helps in managing the cache more effectively and avoiding conflicts that might cause re-renders. Documentation Links: - useUpdateMany Hook Documentation (https://refine.dev/docs/data/hooks/use-update-many/#invalidates) - useCreateMany Hook Documentation (https://refine.dev/docs/data/hooks/use-create-many/#invalidates) By customizing the onSettled callback and using a unique mutationKey, you can prevent unnecessary re-renders and better manage the behavior of your mutations. If you need further assistance, you can refer to the refine documentation (https://refine.dev/docs) for more detailed information. ---------------------- Note: you can ask me a follow up question by @ mentioning me again :speech_balloon: ----------------------
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