How To Setup an Auth Module, User Entity & User Repository

Creating a new module

nest g module auth

nest for nest

g for generate

auth for the file name

Creating a controller

nest g controller auth

nest g service auth


For Connecting Database

  1. Create a file Entity.ts under auth

Decorators can be defined for either a class, a method or a property. (@Entity)

import { BaseEntity, Column, PrimaryGeneratedColumn } from "typeorm"; export class User extends BaseEntity { @PrimaryGeneratedColumn() id: number; @Column() username: string; @Column() password: string; }


Base Class Repository for TypeORM ---

Repository for type USER === Repository<User>



Auth Module

we want to show that database which we are going to use throughout our module soo

introducing the Repository under Module section

import { Module } from '@nestjs/common'; import { TypeOrmModule } from '@nestjs/typeorm'; import { TypeORMError } from 'typeorm'; import { AuthController } from './auth.controller'; import { AuthService } from './auth.service'; import { UserRepository } from './user.repository'; @Module({ imports: [ TypeOrmModule.forFeature([UserRepository]), ], controllers: [AuthController], providers: [AuthService], }) export class AuthModule {}
















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