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When creating a factory with typeorm-factory, you have to make sure any dynamic data is handled within a closure, otherwise it'll only run once when the factory is imported.
If you define a factory like the above, the
faker.lorem.word() will only run once, when the factory is imported. This means if you were expecting a random word for each instance the factory creates, you won't get it. Instead, each factory will have the exact same word.
To fix this, you must use a
sequence instead of
sequence will accept a closure as the second argument, which will be invoked whenever the factory creates a new instance.
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