How to use the loopback-datasource-juggler/lib/relation-definition.HasOne function in loopback-datasource-juggler

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github EdgeVerve / oe-cloud / lib / loopback-datasource-juggler-wrapper / relation-definition.js View on Github external
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// Author : Atul
const utils = require('loopback-datasource-juggler/lib/utils');
var idEquals = utils.idEquals;
const HasOne = require('loopback-datasource-juggler/lib/relation-definition').HasOne;
const ModelBaseClass = require('loopback-datasource-juggler/lib/model.js');
const g = require('strong-globalize')();

/* eslint-disable no-undefined */

// Atul : Functions from relation-definition.js are overloaded. These functions are overriden so that
// this.fetch() call, options can be passed. HasOne.prototype.update and destroy() overriden
// default loopback-datasource-juggler doesn't pass options and hence it would crash

function preventFkOverride(inst, data, fkProp) {
  if (!fkProp) return undefined;
  if (data[fkProp] !== undefined && !idEquals(data[fkProp], inst[fkProp])) {
    var err = new Error(g.f(
      'Cannot override foreign key %s from %s to %s',