MongoError: Can't extract geo keys

Issue

I’m facing a mongoose error during post data updation.
The error is:

MongoError: Can’t extract geo keys

I’ve tried to find the reason and the solution by searching on google but still I didn’t get any proper solution.

Posts Model

const geoLocationSchema = new mongoose.Schema({
    type: { type: String, default: 'Point'},
    coordinates: {
        type: [Number],
        index: { type: '2dsphere', sparse: false },
    }
});

const postsSchema = new mongoose.Schema({
    post_title: String,
    geoLocation: geoLocationSchema,
}, {
    timestamps: true
});

Post Controller

const Posts = require("../models/Posts");

var findPattern = {_id: "5e8c661f274e8e57d8e03887"}; 
var updatePattern = {   geoLocation: {
    type: "Point",
    coordinates: [-8.4556973, 114.5110151] }
};

Posts.updateOne(findPattern, updatePattern) .then(updateRes => {
    console.log("post updated"); 
}).catch(err => {
    console.log("error", err.toString()); 
});

Output is:

MongoError: Can’t extract geo keys: { _id: ObjectId(‘5e8c661f274e8e57d8e03887’), geoLocation: { type: “Point”, coordinates: [ -8.455697300000001, 114.5110151 ], _id: ObjectId(‘5e8d7f7c35b9d36d45b483a2’) } } can’t project geometry into spherical CRS: [ -8.455697300000001, 114.5110151 ]

Solution

a field named coordinates that specifies the object’s coordinates.

If specifying latitude and longitude coordinates, list the longitude first and then latitude:

Valid longitude values are between -180 and 180, both inclusive.
Valid latitude values are between -90 and 90, both inclusive.

Which means this takes longitude at index 0 and latitude at index 1.

Try coordinates: [ 114.5110151,-8.4556973] }

Answered By – mehta-rohan

Answer Checked By – Mary Flores (AngularFixing Volunteer)

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