MongoDB and Mongoose - Create Many Records with model.create()

I have read previous posts and the solutions are not working for me. I continue to get a callback error. Does anyone know why?

const personSchema = new mongoose.Schema({
name: {
type: String,
age: {
type: Number,
favoriteFoods: {
type: [String]
let Person = mongoose.model(‘Person’, personSchema );

const createAndSavePerson = (done) => {
const maryKate = new Person ({
name: “Mary Kate”,
age: 42,
favoriteFoods: [“apple”,“pear”,“banana”]
});, data) => {
if (err) return console.error(err);
done(null, data)

I know the image of your package.json says you are using Mongoose V5 but I don’t think you are. That version does support callbacks (and V6). Starting with V7 the callback support was dropped.

What do you get if you run npm view mongoose from the terminal in the root folder?

You can run npm rm mongoose and then npm i mongoose@^5.11.15 (the challenges should likely also work with 5.13.21 but you will have to test it).

:scream: So True! I ran npm i mongoose@^5.11.15.

I now seem to have an Atlas related authorization error. I tried adjusting some settings but nothing changed and I don’t know if thats the issue.

Try adding a DB name to the connection string.


That worked! Don’t know why. Thank you!

I believe it is a limitation of the free tier

I didn’t really find a good docs link