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Missing server build import files: Cannot find module '#gql/default' or its corresponding type declarations

See original GitHub issue


  • Operating System: Linux
  • Node Version: v16.18.1
  • Nuxt Version: 3.0.0
  • Nitro Version: 1.0.0
  • Package Manager: yarn@1.22.19
  • Builder: vite
  • User Config: alias, experimental, build, app, sourcemap, dir, typescript, modules, vite, runtimeConfig
  • Runtime Modules: (), @pinia/nuxt@0.4.3, nuxt-graphql-client@0.2.12, @vueuse/nuxt@9.5.0
  • Build Modules: -

Describe the bug

I’ve upgraded to Nuxt v3 stable and latest version of lib and updated all imports to #gql. Now it can’t build

Works fine in nuxt dev, fails in nuxt build

Expected behaviour

Project builds


No response

Additional context

runtimeConfig: {
        public: {
            'graphql-client': {
                codegen: {
                    onlyOperationTypes: false,


ℹ Client built in 11342ms
ℹ Building server...
✔ Server built in 8706ms
✔ Generated public .output/public
ℹ Building Nitro Server (preset: node-server)
src/components/views/catalog/CatalogCardPresentation.vue(27,28): error TS2307: Cannot find module '#gql/default' or its corresponding type declarations.

Issue Analytics

  • State:closed
  • Created 10 months ago
  • Comments:9 (4 by maintainers)

github_iconTop GitHub Comments

Diizzayycommented, Nov 22, 2022

And now it’s working!

@daniluk4000 Perfect! Though It’s strange that the sub alias for #gql isn’t added in the production build, I may have to add it explicitly to prevent others from encountering this.

P.S. Reading your code was a pleasure, the job you’ve done is incredible.

Thank You! Happy to see that you’ve been enjoying this module. Much more great features are on the way.

Diizzayycommented, Nov 22, 2022

@daniluk4000 Apologies for the late reply here, I’ve attempted to recreate this locally to no avail. Would you be willing to create a basic reproduction of this issue or give me access to the private repo for this project? I’d like to have a closer look to pinpoint the cause here

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