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173async populate(modelName, data, populates) {
174 try {
175 const model = this.Models[modelName];
176 return await model.populate(data, populates);
177 } catch (e) {
178 return Promise.reject(e);
179 }
180}
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103var populate = function populate(collection) {
104
105 if (_this.populate_keys && _this.populate_keys.length > 0) _this.populate_keys.forEach(function (key) {
106 var ref = collection[key];
107 if (ref) {
108 var db = new LocalDB(ref.__className, 'Array');
109 var temp = db.findOne({ '_id': ref.objectId });
110 collection[key] = temp;
111 }
112 });
113 return collection;
114};
52populate(populate) {
53 const queryJoins = buildQueryJoins(this.model, { whitelistedPopulate: populate });
54 const existingPipelines = this.query.pipeline();
55 // Remove redundant joins
56 const differenceJoins = _.differenceWith(queryJoins, existingPipelines, _.isEqual);
57 this.query = this.query.append(differenceJoins);
58 return this;
59}
66get populates() {
67 return this.query.populates;
68}
162_populate(data) {
163 // Links are taken apart and separated out from the data
164 const rawData = Object.assign({}, data);
165 const linkData = rawData.links;
166 delete rawData.links;
167
168 super._populate(rawData);
169 this._links = processLinks(linkData);
170 return this;
171}
94populate(expr) {
95 const stack = this._schema._parsePopulate(expr);
96 return this._model._populate(this, stack);
97}
23function MongooseDocumentArray(values, path, doc) {
24 var arr = [].concat(values);
25 arr._path = path;
26
27 var props = {
28 isMongooseArray: true,
29 isMongooseDocumentArray: true,
30 validators: [],
31 _atomics: {},
32 _schema: void 0,
33 _handlers: void 0
34 };
35
36 // Values always have to be passed to the constructor to initialize, since
37 // otherwise MongooseArray#push will mark the array as modified to the parent.
38 var keysMA = Object.keys(MongooseArray.mixin);
39 var numKeys = keysMA.length;
40 for (var j = 0; j < numKeys; ++j) {
41 arr[keysMA[j]] = MongooseArray.mixin[keysMA[j]];
42 }
43
44 var keysMDA = Object.keys(MongooseDocumentArray.mixin);
45 numKeys = keysMDA.length;
46 for (var i = 0; i < numKeys; ++i) {
47 arr[keysMDA[i]] = MongooseDocumentArray.mixin[keysMDA[i]];
48 }
49
50 var keysP = Object.keys(props);
51 numKeys = keysP.length;
52 for (var k = 0; k < numKeys; ++k) {
53 arr[keysP[k]] = props[keysP[k]];
54 }
55
56 // Because doc comes from the context of another function, doc === global
57 // can happen if there was a null somewhere up the chain (see #3020 && #3034)
58 // RB Jun 17, 2015 updated to check for presence of expected paths instead
59 // to make more proof against unusual node environments
60 if (doc && doc instanceof Document) {
61 arr._parent = doc;
62 arr._schema = doc.schema.path(path);
63 arr._handlers = {
64 isNew: arr.notify('isNew'),
65 save: arr.notify('save')
66 };
67
68 doc.on('save', arr._handlers.save);
69 doc.on('isNew', arr._handlers.isNew);
70 }
71
72 return arr;
73}

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