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JavaScript Using SQL ORMs with Node.js Getting Started with Sequelize Test the Database

In following these instructions exactly, both movies were added to the database, but Promise.All returned only one item.

Is this a bug with the Promise.All library?

2 Answers

Guil Hernandez
Guil Hernandez
Treehouse Teacher

Hi Brian Beeler,

I just tested the file using the Promise.all() approach and it returned both movies. Could you please post your code here so that we could have a look? Thanks! :)


I just refactored my code back into Promise.All() structure and it worked as expected. I can no longer reproduce the issue. It was probably an error in my code of which I was unaware.