Error in usecustom api call

this is the variable i'm using with my api call const { data: globalbalanceData , error, isLoading } = useCustom<{ data: IGlobalBalance; }>({ url: ${API_URL}/globalbalance/bydate, method: "get", config: { query: dateFilterQuery, }, }); const globalbalance = globalbalanceData?.data; in the rendering i specify the following {globalbalance?.data.capital} but it fails it says globalbalance has actualy the value, but typescript doesn't give me the option to use globalbalance.capital. Where is the problem?
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kapa.ai
kapa.ai3w ago
Hi @Delph. I'm kapa.ai, your friendly support bot. I will try to answer your question by searching through the knowledge base. :wave: ---------------------- It looks like you're encountering a TypeScript issue where it doesn't recognize the structure of your globalbalance object. This can happen if TypeScript isn't aware of the shape of the data returned by your API call. Based on the information provided, it seems like you need to ensure that the type IGlobalBalance correctly reflects the structure of the data returned by your API. Here’s a step-by-step approach to troubleshoot and resolve this issue: 1. Define the IGlobalBalance Interface: Ensure that the IGlobalBalance interface accurately represents the structure of the data returned by your API. For example:
interface IGlobalBalance {
capital: number;
// other properties
}

interface IGlobalBalance {
capital: number;
// other properties
}

2. Check the API Response Structure: Make sure that the API response matches the expected structure. If the API returns an object with a data property that contains the IGlobalBalance object, your type definition should reflect that. 3. Adjust the Type Definition in useCustom: If the API response wraps the IGlobalBalance object inside a data property, you need to adjust the type definition accordingly. For example:
const { data: globalbalanceData, error, isLoading } = useCustom<{
data: IGlobalBalance;
}>({
url: `${API_URL}/globalbalance/bydate`,
method: "get",
config: {
query: dateFilterQuery,
},
});

const globalbalance = globalbalanceData?.data;

const { data: globalbalanceData, error, isLoading } = useCustom<{
data: IGlobalBalance;
}>({
url: `${API_URL}/globalbalance/bydate`,
method: "get",
config: {
query: dateFilterQuery,
},
});

const globalbalance = globalbalanceData?.data;

4. Accessing the capital Property: If globalbalance is correctly typed, you should be able to access the capital property without TypeScript errors. Ensure that globalbalance is not undefined before accessing its properties:
{globalbalance?.capital}

{globalbalance?.capital}

Here’s the complete example with the necessary adjustments:
interface IGlobalBalance {
capital: number;
// other properties
}

const { data: globalbalanceData, error, isLoading } = useCustom<{
data: IGlobalBalance;
}>({
url: `${API_URL}/globalbalance/bydate`,
method: "get",
config: {
query: dateFilterQuery,
},
});

const globalbalance = globalbalanceData?.data;

// In your rendering logic
{globalbalance?.capital}
interface IGlobalBalance {
capital: number;
// other properties
}

const { data: globalbalanceData, error, isLoading } = useCustom<{
data: IGlobalBalance;
}>({
url: `${API_URL}/globalbalance/bydate`,
method: "get",
config: {
query: dateFilterQuery,
},
});

const globalbalance = globalbalanceData?.data;

// In your rendering logic
{globalbalance?.capital}
By ensuring that the IGlobalBalance interface correctly represents the structure of your API response and adjusting the type definition in useCustom, TypeScript should recognize the capital property on the globalbalance object. For more details on using the useCustom hook, you can refer to the official documentation (https://refine.dev/docs/data/hooks/use-custom/). ---------------------- Note: you can ask me a follow up question by @ mentioning me again :speech_balloon: ----------------------
kapa.ai
kapa.ai3w ago
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sensitive-blue
sensitive-blue3w ago
this is my interface definition, export interface IGlobalBalance { id: number; ingresos: number; retiros: number; capital: number; beneficios: number; balance: number; posicionesAbiertas: number; balanceRealActual: number; interesRealActual: number; interesRealActualPorcentaje: number; balanceRealActualDespuesComisionesPorcentaje: number; comisionGestion: number; balanceRealActualDespuesComisiones: number; mes: number; ano: number; } but still is forcing my to do this {globalbalance?.data?.capital} @kapa.ai @kapa.ai can you answer¿
kapa.ai
kapa.ai3w ago
Let me check the knowledge base for you. One moment! :books: ---------------------- Yes, I can help you with that. It looks like you're encountering a TypeScript issue where it doesn't recognize the structure of your globalbalance object. This can happen if TypeScript isn't aware of the shape of the data returned by your API call. Based on the information provided, it seems like you need to ensure that the type IGlobalBalance correctly reflects the structure of the data returned by your API. Here’s a step-by-step approach to troubleshoot and resolve this issue: 1. Define the IGlobalBalance Interface: Ensure that the IGlobalBalance interface accurately represents the structure of the data returned by your API. For example:
interface IGlobalBalance {
capital: number;
// other properties
}

interface IGlobalBalance {
capital: number;
// other properties
}

2. Check the API Response Structure: Make sure that the API response matches the expected structure. If the API returns an object with a data property that contains the IGlobalBalance object, your type definition should reflect that. 3. Adjust the Type Definition in useCustom: If the API response wraps the IGlobalBalance object inside a data property, you need to adjust the type definition accordingly. For example:
const { data: globalbalanceData, error, isLoading } = useCustom<{
data: IGlobalBalance;
}>({
url: `${API_URL}/globalbalance/bydate`,
method: "get",
config: {
query: dateFilterQuery,
},
});

const globalbalance = globalbalanceData?.data;

const { data: globalbalanceData, error, isLoading } = useCustom<{
data: IGlobalBalance;
}>({
url: `${API_URL}/globalbalance/bydate`,
method: "get",
config: {
query: dateFilterQuery,
},
});

const globalbalance = globalbalanceData?.data;

4. Accessing the capital Property: If globalbalance is correctly typed, you should be able to access the capital property without TypeScript errors. Ensure that globalbalance is not undefined before accessing its properties:
{globalbalance?.capital}

{globalbalance?.capital}

Here’s the complete example with the necessary adjustments:
interface IGlobalBalance {
capital: number;
// other properties
}

const { data: globalbalanceData, error, isLoading } = useCustom<{
data: IGlobalBalance;
}>({
url: `${API_URL}/globalbalance/bydate`,
method: "get",
config: {
query: dateFilterQuery,
},
});

const globalbalance = globalbalanceData?.data;

// In your rendering logic
{globalbalance?.capital}
interface IGlobalBalance {
capital: number;
// other properties
}

const { data: globalbalanceData, error, isLoading } = useCustom<{
data: IGlobalBalance;
}>({
url: `${API_URL}/globalbalance/bydate`,
method: "get",
config: {
query: dateFilterQuery,
},
});

const globalbalance = globalbalanceData?.data;

// In your rendering logic
{globalbalance?.capital}
By ensuring that the IGlobalBalance interface correctly represents the structure of your API response and adjusting the type definition in useCustom, TypeScript should recognize the capital property on the globalbalance object. For more details on using the useCustom hook, you can refer to the official documentation (https://refine.dev/docs/data/hooks/use-custom/). ---------------------- Note: you can ask me a follow up question by @ mentioning me again :speech_balloon: ----------------------
kapa.ai
kapa.ai3w ago
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