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Entities
Entities is the backbone of the data model and translate into the db schema
Entities are the top-level type definitions in the input schema marked with the @entity directive. Entity fields are normally built-in scalar types but can also be
All entities have an auto-generated ID field which is reserved and cannot be used in the input schema.

Primitive types

The following scalar types are supported:
  • Boolean
  • String
  • Int
  • Float
  • BigInt supports arbitrarily large numbers and is useful for representing e.g. large numbers uint256
  • Bytes
Arrays follow the GraphQL spec.

Modifiers and decorators

By default, each field is nullable. To indicate a no-null constraint mark the field with !
If a property must be unique across all entities of the given type, mark it with a built-in @unique directive
Schema comments are natively supported and are propagated to the output schema

Example

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"It is just a boring nine-five person"
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type Person @entity {
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name: String!
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married: Boolean
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age: Int
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"one person, one account, one life"
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account: Bytes! @unique
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salary: BigInt
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interests: [String]
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}
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