AdminSumedha Mehta (Product Manager, MongoDB Realm Cloud, MongoDB)

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    Hi there - have you considered using a Webhook (https://docs.mongodb.com/realm/services/configure/service-webhooks/) or one of our SDKs (https://docs.mongodb.com/realm/functions/call-a-function/#call-from-a-client-application)? Depending on where you're calling it from, one of these approaches will let you invoke a Realm function on a need-based basis.

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    Hi everyone, this should be available or Functions now with our new application structure.

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    Hey David - do you mind adding more context around what scenario prevented you from adding user/password auth when you were using Sync?

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    Is this what you're looking for?

    https://docs.mongodb.com/realm/functions/context#context.request

    context.request.ip should give you the IP address of the the client that issued the request

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    Thanks for clarifying - I've added a couple of answers to some of your questions and will take the feedback into consideration. Also happy to continue the conversation via email.

    > The Realm GraphQL endpoint it didn't work with GraphQL codegen correctly, so I use the manually downloaded file instead.

    I was able to generate typescript types using the endpoint with GQL Codegen, so I'm curious to know what was going wrong here. The one thing I can think of is including the authorization header in the codegen.yml file to generate the types.

    > Is there any way to convert the json schema to realm object schema

    You should be able to do this on the 'SDKs' tab in the UI. This would fit into the following flow you described:

    adding in Data to Atlas -> generating Schema on Realm from the UI -> clicking on the SDKs tab to see what the JS Realm Objects would look like -> adding Realm Objects to Node SDK

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    Hi Toshi,

    We're planning on working on improving our Schema workflow and local development with Realm this half and I'm interested in some of the feedback you brought up.

    Can you go into more detail about the difference between:

    #3 "Generate JSON Schema (manually, on web UI)"

    and

    #6 'If you use Realm too, write Realm Schema (manually)'

    Is the Web UI you're referring to here, the Atlas/Compass UI?

    If you're available to chat a bit more about this topic, you can also shoot me an email at sumedha.mehta@mongodb.com

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