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FailedToConvertPartOfTheQuery: Failed to convert to graphql query: i

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Describe the bug When executing a Query or Mutation with variables, the project won’t compile with the error FailedToConvertPartOfTheQuery

How to Reproduce

Create new project with the graphql schema url:

Project init:

dotnet new console -o QLClient
cd QLClient
dotnet new tool-manifest 
dotnet tool install ZeroQL.CLI
dotnet add package ZeroQL 
dotnet zeroql schema pull -u
dotnet zeroql generate --schema ./schema.graphql --namespace TestServer.Client --client-name TestServerGraphQLClient --output Generated/GraphQL.g.cs


using TestServer.Client;

var httpClient = new HttpClient();
httpClient.BaseAddress = new Uri("");
var client = new TestServerGraphQLClient(httpClient);

var request = new ChallengeRequest { Address = "0x1c2eAdbB291709D3252610C431A6Ee355191E545" };
client.Query(request, static (i, o) => o.Challenge(i, result => new { result.Text }));

Expected behavior The project should compile and run the queries.

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Environment (please complete the following information):

  • IDE: VS for Windows AND VS for Mac (reporoduced on both)
  • .Net Version: 6.0

Issue Analytics

  • State:closed
  • Created 4 months ago
  • Comments:5 (3 by maintainers)

github_iconTop GitHub Comments

byme8commented, May 11, 2023

There is no need for second static.

var request = new {
    Input = new SingleProfileQueryRequest { ProfileId = "0x0185" },
    Sources = new Sources[] { new Sources("lenster") }

var stats = client.Query(request,
    static (i, o)
        => o.Profile(i.Input, result
            => new { r = result.Stats(outStats
                => new 
                    Id = outStats.Id,
                    TotalCollects = outStats.TotalCollects,
                    TotalCollectsValue = outStats.CommentsTotal(i.Sources),

byme8commented, May 10, 2023

I think I have to add a custom error message for such cases to avoid future misunderstanding,

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