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Reload doesn't check if the reloaded instance is defined #4452

glutentag opened this Issue Sep 8, 2015 · 2 comments


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glutentag commented Sep 8, 2015


When we reload an instance, it doesn't check if the returned object is defined:

 return this.Model.findOne(options).bind(this).then(function(reload) {
    this.set(reload.dataValues, {
      raw: true,
      reset: true && !options.attributes

Returning us a TypeError:
Cannot read property 'dataValues' of null

It would be nice to have an error to catch there. Should it be a native Error or a SequelizeErrors?

@mickhansen mickhansen added the bug label Sep 8, 2015


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mickhansen commented Sep 8, 2015

I suppose this would happen in cases where the object you're attempting to reload has been deleted in the meantime?


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glutentag commented Sep 8, 2015


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