Typesense.js Client and SearchOnlyClient Confusion
TLDR After resolving an initial connection issue, Darren queried about his inability to use the 'upsert' method in Typesense.js. Jason suggested he might be using the wrong client.
Dec 14, 2021 (25 months ago)
Although I'm not yet able to write docs to a collection - using the Admin API Key from the downloaded keys file within a Firebase Function, I can create a client, but I cannot upsert docs - the
upsertmethod doesn't exist on the
documents()object. In the debugging there is a class
SearchOnlyDocuments- is this a collection configuration issue/parameter or this related to the APIKey? (even though I'm using the Admin API Key)
It sounds like you might be using the SearchOnlyClient from typesense.js. You want to use Client
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