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re: You can handle those via the afterware as well. An alternative would be to use the error prop which will be passed to your component. Both will wor...
 

But you can't because it's a promise and you don't have yet data.errors.

Hm, can you explain your situation a little bit more? How does the response from your GraphQL look like? Is it stated as an error?

If I first use this code:

...
applyAfterware({ response }, next) {
console.log(response)
...

I have this:

Response {type: "cors", url: "localhost:8080/api", redirected: false, status: 200, ok: true, …}
body: ReadableStream
bodyUsed: true
headers: Headers
ok: true
redirected: false
status: 200
statusText: "OK"
type: "cors"
url: "localhost:8080/api"
proto: Response

I can't read body.

So I found this:

github.com/apollographql/apollo-cl...

and now I'm using:

...
const handleErrors = ({ response }, next) => {
// clone response so we can turn it into json independently
const res = response.clone()
...

And now I can use res.

But what I don't knowis why .clone()? Because response is a response?

After all I need to destroy res? How?

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