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issue openednestjs/config

ValidationSchema does not respect configuration provided to `load`



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Current behavior

<!-- Describe how the issue manifests. --> Given the following code:

import { Module } from '@nestjs/common';
import { ConfigModule } from '@nestjs/config';
import Joi from '@hapi/joi';

const configuration = () => ({
  foo: 'bar',

  imports: [
      validationSchema: Joi.object({
        foo: Joi.string().required(),
      load: [configuration],
export class AppModule {}

The following error is produced

Error: Config validation error: "foo" is required
    at Function.forRoot (/Users/stevensilvestri/dev/playground/node_modules/@nestjs/config/dist/config.module.js:43:23)
    at /Users/stevensilvestri/dev/playground/packages/ts-compile-targets/src/app.module.ts:11:18
    at Object.<anonymous> (/Users/stevensilvestri/dev/playground/packages/ts-compile-targets/src/app.module.ts:44:3)
    at Module._compile (internal/modules/cjs/loader.js:1200:30)
    at Module.m._compile (/Users/stevensilvestri/.config/yarn/global/node_modules/ts-node/src/index.ts:473:23)
    at Module._extensions..js (internal/modules/cjs/loader.js:1220:10)
    at Object.require.extensions.<computed> [as .ts] (/Users/stevensilvestri/.config/yarn/global/node_modules/ts-node/src/index.ts:476:12)
    at Module.load (internal/modules/cjs/loader.js:1049:32)
    at Function.Module._load (internal/modules/cjs/loader.js:937:14)
    at Module.require (internal/modules/cjs/loader.js:1089:19)

Expected behavior

<!-- Describe what the desired behavior would be. --> No error should be thrown

Minimal reproduction of the problem with instructions

<!-- Please share a repo, a gist, or step-by-step instructions. --> see snippet above

What is the motivation / use case for changing the behavior?

<!-- Describe the motivation or the concrete use case. --> The configuration is providing the value, it should not fail validation when it is provided.


<pre><code> Nest version: 7.0.13 <!-- Check whether this is still an issue in the most recent Nest version -->

For Tooling issues:

  • Node version: XX <!-- run node --version -->
  • Platform: <!-- Mac, Linux, Windows -->

Others: <!-- Anything else relevant? Operating system version, IDE, package manager, ... --> </code></pre>

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pull request commentprotocolbuffers/protobuf

Add Javascript convenience getters/setters.



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issue commentprotobufjs/protobuf.js

Installation errors running CLI

This is so annoying. Installing packages dynamically!? it should be avoided.

Any update on this? That is 100% accurate in that it should be avoided, this is crazy.


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issue commentnestjs/nest

[Microservices] Move from grpc to @grpc/grpc-js package

Any update on this? Looks like the PR just has small conflicts to resolve?


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issue commentnestjs/nest

No way to get client IP in gRPC microservice

Also interested in this


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issue commentstephenh/ts-proto

Incompatible Wrapper Types with Nest.js (protobufjs)

Teach NestJS's protobuf serializer about ts-proto's "different" approach to well-known types

There seems to be an option in Nest's grpc options to use a different proto-loader, but there's no documentation on what implementing a custom-loader would look like.


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issue commentstephenh/ts-proto

Incompatible Wrapper Types with Nest.js (protobufjs)

@stephenh I've opened up a reproduction repo here:


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issue openedstephenh/ts-proto

Incompatible Wrapper Types with Nest.js (protobufjs)

When using Google's Well-Known Types with Nest (or just plain protobuf) the types generated from ts-proto fail to be parsed.

Given this protobuf

syntax = "proto2"
import "google/protobuf/wrappers.proto";

message MonitorHelloRequest {
    optional google.protobuf.StringValue name_prefix = 2;
    optional google.protobuf.Int64Value limit = 3;

we get a typescript interface of

export interface MonitorHelloRequest {
  namePrefix: string | undefined;
  limit: number | undefined;

which seems fine. But when attempting to use that as a message that is parsed by a server using protobufjs (nest in this case)

You get the error

TypeError: MonitorHelloRequest.namePrefix: object expected

This is because protobufjs is actually expecting that interface to be

export interface MonitorHelloRequest {
  namePrefix: { value: string } | undefined
  limit: { value: number } | undefined;

it is unclear to me who is right here as I can see the argument for either. This was referenced on and several other issues but there does not seem to be any update in a very long time from protobufjs on the matter

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issue commentprotobufjs/protobuf.js

Unable to use Google well known types



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issue commentstephenh/ts-proto

NESTJS - `Error: 12 UNIMPLEMENTED: The server does not implement this method`

@lukas-andre Briefly skimmed over this issue and seems related to a PR i've opened to address this.

My PR has tested the cases of rpc calls with:

  • request -> stream
  • stream -> stream
  • stream -> request
  • request -> request

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fix: fixes how grpc methods are determined for nest

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PR opened stephenh/ts-proto

fix(nestjs): fixes grpc controller decorator

First off let me say I am very grateful to see NestJS support here, so thanks! I've been doing similar things in a custom tool alongside your ts-proto package but glad to see it in here now.

This fixes the controller methods decorator. Prior to this fix it was using the wrong decorator for certain types of methods.

Given the following proto that demonstrates all possible combinations of rpcs:

service GreeterService {
    rpc SayHello (HelloRequest) returns (HelloReply) {}
    rpc SayHelloToAll (stream HelloRequest) returns (stream HelloReplyMessage) {}
    rpc MonitorHellos (MonitorHelloRequest) returns (stream MonitorHelloResponse) {}
    rpc MonitorHellosWithSnapshot (MonitorHelloRequest) returns (stream MonitorHelloResponseOrSnapshot) {}
    rpc BroadcastHellos (stream HelloRequest) returns (HelloCounter) {}

rpc calls that take in a regular request, regardless of if they return a stream, need to be decorated with GrpcMethod() in Nest.

rpc calls that take in a stream, regardless of what they return should be decorated with GrpcStreamMethod()


There was no yarn.lock in this repository which i believe caused some issues when trying to initialize this repository and i've seen some tests fail as a result of that, probably. I also had to add a tsconfig rule to remove some TS errors I was seeing.

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