Back End Development and APIs Projects - Exercise Tracker

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The response returned from POST /api/users/:_id/exercises will be the user object with the exercise fields added.

here response is correct but it shows error, I don’t know why, below is my response

  • “_id”: “6353ab8ef47f5ea548cf40dd”,
  • “username”: “RahulkumarRV”,
  • “date”: “Sat Oct 22 2022”,
  • “duration”: 12,
  • “description”: “hum num”

any one know why this happens

solution: http://localhost:3000

githubLink: GitHub - RahulkumarRV/boilerplate-project-exercisetracker-1: A boilerplate for a freeCodeCamp project.

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I will run it locally in a moment and get back to you.

I’ve run it locally and used one of the users.
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What sort of error have you had?

I think the issue in your project it is this endpoint:


In the example it looks that it needs 3 query string values

GET /api/users/:_id/logs?[from][&to][&limit] The logs endpoint !

from to and limit

You can add from , to and limit parameters to a GET /api/users/:_id/logs request to retrieve part of the log of any user. from and to are dates in yyyy-mm-dd format. limit is an integer of how many logs to send back.

That is missing from your code

app.get("/api/users/:_id/logs", (req, res) => {
  const id = req.params._id;
  let {description, date, duration} = req.body;
  if(date === ''){
    date = new Date();
  UserModel.findById(id, (err, data) => {
    if(err) res.json({
      error : err

    const logs = =>  {
      return {description : recode.description,
      duration : recode.duration,
      date :}

      username: data.username,
      count: data.log.length,
      log: logs

We really need a link to a repl (like on to fork and run the code to produce the errors.

However, you should be able to log the route inputs to and outputs from the POST exercises and GET logs routes to help diagnose the problem.