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    Diamond Lewis
    Since then there hasn’t been any syntax or breaking changes.
    Dipten Bhut
    Do you suggest to write an adapter kind of thing over Parse queries ?
    Ryan D. Guild
    hey anyone been playing with the graphql
    Tom Fox
    @RyanGuild I suggest you join the slack group we don’t use this chat room anymore.
    Hi, Can anyone advice how to save Parse file in ReactNative ?
    Manish Saparia
    "You cannot use [object Object] as a query parameter." Queyr = http://localhost:1337/parse/classes/Student?where={"class":{"class":"3"}} ,,,, "contact": [
    "address": {
    "street1": "Alaknanda",
    "street2": "HoneyPark Road",
    "area": "Adalaj",
    "city": "Baroda",
    "State": "Gujarat",
    "Country": "Australia"
    "class": {
    "class": 3,
    "Div": "B"
    John Thomson
    We would like to write a cloud code function that can log a user in without knowing the password. One source suggested making a Session, but even with {useMasterKey:true} I can't set the user field of a Parse.Session. Anyone know a workable approach? (unfortunately we're still on 2.8.4)
    Diamond Lewis
    We don’t use this chat room anymore please use the slack group
    Alex Gorcea
    Any way to get an invite to the slack group?
    Mitchell Jones
    Hey there fellas, I'm attempting to download a file from Parse. I've found plenty of documentation and can upload no problem, now I'm trying to retrieve the files! I get 403 error no matter what I try so far.
        fw_binary = CFAFirmware.Query.get(fw_version=version_num)
        fw_url = fw_binary.fw_file.url
        payload = {}
        headers = {
            "X-Parse-Application-Id": "{}".format(parse_utils.APPLICATION_ID),
            "X-Parse-REST-API-Key": "{}".format(parse_utils.REST_API_KEY)
        res = requests.get(fw_url, headers=headers)
    Any suggestions?
    Diamond Lewis
    Is your fileURL correct? And can you view it publicly
    Coder of Salvation / Leon van Kammen
    @mj7man_twitter maybe authentication issue? Did you copy/paste this code from the docs or did you try to do a rest-request yourself?
    Nikolay Andryukhin
    Hello, i have a problem. Couldn't find a way to query rows with array keys equal to empty array.
    For example:
    I have class 'Shelf' with key 'books' type of Array
    I have 2 rows. First row has books = [ { Pointer }, { Pointer } ]. Second row has books = []
    How do i query second row?
    @sqz:matrix.org Not sure if i understand
    @sqz:matrix.org You mean books[1] ?
    Omar Juarez
    Sashido or Back4app ?
    sqz Omar Juarez (Gitter): I do database imports/exports on a daily basis between my production & dev-server (postgres that is)
    sqz I can imagine this works similar for mongodump on the cmdline
    sqz Back4app instances also give you a mongodb uri (which can be used with mongodump e.g.)
    Omar Juarez
    Thanks for the reply @matrixbot
    Hi everyone.
    I'm new to parseplatform.

    I'm trying to retrieve the session using the rest API, but the end point does not seem to be recognized. I try reading the docs, not sure what I'am doing wrong.

    I referred to this, I think I'm following exactly

    I'm using Postman to do the testing.
    Appreciate anyone that can point me to the right direction.
    sqz Hi Ravin
    sqz Personally I use the javascript client (which automatically supports realtime data & sessions under the hood)
    sqz first question is: do you really want to use REST to manage sessions (if no, use the parse JS SDK client, logging in automatically gives you a session)
    second: if you do need to use rest, which endpoint are you calling, and what http code does postman return
    I want to use REST to manage sessions.
    I'm calling the /1/sessions/{objectid} via HTTP GET method.
    I'm using parse from the hosted platform sashido.
    There is no respond from this endpoint, its a dead one. Not even a error response.
    I have made sure i have set all this headers correctly:
    sqz hm I have no experience with sashido, so what is the HTTP Status code being returned?
    sqz 500? 400?
    sqz that could tell us a bit more
    sqz I suspect the url is slightly incorrect..it depends on how parse-server was initialized.
    Sometimes its /{appname}/sessions/{objectid} e.g. or sometimes /api/{appname}/sessions/{objectid}

    Hi @matrixbot , no errors because the end point doesn't exist

    I'm using :

    I'm very confused about what I'm doing wrong, the app url starts with https://pg-app-j52b31tafz9e4zief6wff7ihcb6hwi.scalabl.cloud/1

    Others like classes, login, health, etc, work as expected, only session is a dead endpoint.


    Hi @matrixbot, the problem seems to be resolved now. There was some configuration problem. After digging deeper, now it seems to work.


    sqz RavinClearsmile (Gitter):
    sqz awesome!
    Ricky Chan
    is there anyone using React as a front-end and Parse as backend?
    Jerome De Leon
    @ricky.yhrchan_gitlab Me
    Ricky Chan
    @JeromeDeLeon what is the pattern to use to inject Parse.User.current() information (i.e. username) onto a React component?
    Jerome De Leon
    what do you mean pattern? I have this AppContext where it has currentUser property and every mount of <App /> component, I just injected it there.
    componentDidMount() {
      this.setState({ currentUser: Parse.User.current() });
    Of course, you would need to validate it in case of session token expiration, or deleting the user's data through localStorage or parse-dashboard
    Ricky Chan
    @JeromeDeLeon thanks, i ended up using React hooks since i am using React Function Components