Hey there, Am working on a react.js project and am stuck with this error

Please can someone help me with this error? I had tried so many tricks, but the error keeps occurring again. below is a screenshot and the code.

const mapStateProps = ({state, ownProps}) => ({ collection: selectCollection(ownProps.match.params.collectionId) (state)

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Do you understand that the error is saying that ownProps is undefined?

Therefore, we need to see where you call the function, and with what arguments.

No, I don’t I thought the error is the match this is the code so far.

import React from 'react';
import { connect } from 'react-redux';

import CollectionItem from '../../components/collection-item/collection-item';
import { selectCollection } from '../../redux/shop/shop.selectors.js';

import './collection.styles.scss';

const CollectionPage = ({ collection }) =>{
    const { title, items } = collection;
    <div className='collection-page'>
        <h2 className='title'>{ title }</h2>
        <div className='items'>
             items.map(item => (
                <CollectionItem key={item.id} item={item}/>


const mapStateProps = ({state, ownProps}) => ({
    collection: selectCollection(ownProps.match.params.collectionId)(state)

export default connect(mapStateProps)(CollectionPage);

Unfortunately, my experience with Redux stops at the fCC curriculum. So, I can point you to these two lessons:

  1. Connecting Redux to React
  2. Connecting Redux to App

Lastly, the only thing I can think that is the issue is the fact that the mapStateProps function is probably only being called with an object of one parameter (being state), but you have it defined as accepting an object with two parameters.

Hope this helps

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yea sure, thanks a lot for your time and also the link you provided for me, I’ll check them out. I truly appreciated.