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useHistory or Redirect did not render component with apollo client

Problem: call mutation from MlsForm, and redirect back to Signing page, but did not rerender todos and done docs in Signing page


Solution is use fetchPolicy: 'no-cache'


if (listingId === '') return
const result = await client.query({
query: GET_LISTING_DOCUMENTS,
variables: { listingId: listingId },
fetchPolicy: 'no-cache',
})

const {
data: { getListingDocuments },
} = result

const todos = await client.query({
query: GET_TODO_DOCUMENTS,
variables: { listingId: listingId },
fetchPolicy: 'no-cache',
})

const {
data: { getTodoDocuments },
} = todos


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const printPdf = async (form: PrintPdfInput) => {
printListingDocumentToPdf({
variables: {
printPdfInput: form,
},
})
.then((data: any) => {
const linkToSigning = `${url.substr(0, url.search(/mlsform?/))}signing`
history.push(linkToSigning)
})
.catch((error: any) => {
setMessage(error.message)
})
}

 

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