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Oct 20, 2021 ⋅ 11 min read

An introduction to Prisma 2

Akshay Kadam Akshay is a creator, computer artist, and micropreneur from Mumbai. Find him on Twitter @deadcoder0904.

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3 Replies to "An introduction to Prisma 2"

  1. Hi! Does Prisma 2 work fine with MongoDB? Because there is nothing about it in the official docs, neither examples.

  2. This seeder function did not work for me at all.

    First :

    .finally(async () => {
    await prisma.disconnect()
    })

    throws an error, in the current Prisma version. To solve this, run “await prisma.$disconnect()”

    Second, and that is more of my own use case, if you’re creating tables in your db in a loop, don’t use forEach but for .. of loop. My use case:

    for (const entity of entities) {
    await prisma.tableName.create({
    data: entity
    })
    }

    Every row has to be created asynchronously.

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