My Exercise Tracker project don't pass test

What wrong?
my  endpoint :

app.get('/api/users/:_id/logs',(req,res)=>{
  (async () => {
    try {
      
      // console.log(req.params._id);
      // console.log(req.query.from);
      // console.log(req.query.to);
      // console.log(req.query.limit);
      
      // user data
      const dataUser = await User.findById({_id:req.params._id})  
      if(dataUser) {
        let from, to = Date.now(); let limit = 0;
        
        if(req.query.from)  {from  = req.query.from;}
        if(req.query.to)    {to    = req.query.to;}
        if(req.query.limit) {limit = req.query.limit;}
        
        // exercise data
        const exerciseLog = await Exercise.find({userId:dataUser._id})
          .select(['-_id','description','duration','date'])
          .where('date').gte(from).lte(to) 
          .limit(limit)
          .exec();

       //  {
       //  username: "fcc_test",
       //  count: 1,
       //  _id: "5fb5853f734231456ccb3b05",
       //  log: [{
       //    description: "test",
       //    duration: 60,
       //    date: "Mon Jan 01 1990",
       //  }]
       // }  

    //   const expected = {
    //   username,
    //   description: 'test',
    //   duration: 60,
    //   _id,
    //   date: new Date().toDateString()
    // };
        
        const userLog = {
          username: dataUser.username,
          count: exerciseLog.length,
          _id: dataUser._id,
          log: exerciseLog
        };

        // send res
        // console.log(userLog);
        res.json(userLog);
      }
      
    }catch(e){
      res.json({error:e.message});
    };
  })(); //async 

}); ///api/users/:_id/logs



the exercise object  is :


{ description: 'test', duration: 60, date: 1990-01-01T00:00:00.000Z }
{ description: 'test', duration: 60, date: 1990-01-03T00:00:00.000Z }

Finally  I pass the test!

I do for myself   and so that others do not waste time with the traps that are here, I will make some things clearer:

1) the count property cannot be 0
2) the log array must be of type array and must contain at least one element: the description must be of type string, the duration must be a number and the date must be in the format Date().toDateString()

data should be : description:'test',duration:60, date: new Date().toDateString()}

3) the array must be called log

4) pay attention there is a bug in the index.html file right on this line

<input id="uid" type="text" name="_id" placeholder=":_id" />

the name=":_id" those points should not be there

Thank you

 

update your solution in github i saw im still getting error last test case

Sorry if freecodecamp platform say is good then is good!

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