How to use the graphql-upload.GraphQLUpload.description function in graphql-upload

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github qmit-pro / moleculer-api / src / schema / plugin / protocol / graphql / handler / options.ts View on Github external
  GraphQL Plugin default options for base schema and resolvers

import { GraphQLHandlersOptions } from "./handlers";
import { InMemoryLRUCache } from "apollo-server-caching";
import { GraphQLUpload } from "graphql-upload";
import { GraphQLJSON } from "graphql-type-json";
import { GraphQLDate, GraphQLDateTime, GraphQLTime } from "graphql-iso-date";

// TODO: as preset

delete GraphQLUpload.description;
delete GraphQLJSON.description;
delete GraphQLDate.description;
delete GraphQLDateTime.description;
delete GraphQLTime.description;

const typeDefs: string[] = [];
const resolvers: any = {};

/* default scalar types */
Upload scalar type
@input: [GraphQL multipart request spec](
@output: { filename, mimetype, encoding, createReadStream }
filename          string    File name.
mimetype          string    File MIME type. Provided by the client and can’t be trusted.


Middleware and an Upload scalar to add support for GraphQL multipart requests (file uploads via queries and mutations) to various Node.js GraphQL servers.

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