GraphQL error: Field 'product' doesn't exist on type 'QueryRoot'

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Im new to GraphQL and this example only sure a basic example which is great. Sadly they have not provided an example of a product show page; how to fetch a single product.

 

Using GraphiQL:

 

{ 
product(id: "gid://shopify/Product/1245678") {   title   description   onlineStoreUrl
} }
 
I seem to get the data. I, getting an error ""GraphQL error: Field 'product' doesn't exist on type 'QueryRoot'" which is wrong because "product" in on the QueryRoot".
 
My actual code:
 
const query = gql`
  query {
    product(id: "gid://shopify/Product/4416592838700") {
        title
        description
        onlineStoreUrl
      }
  }
`;

// Then later:
graphql(query),
[...]
 
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Is anyone looking at this? The example is hidden important things such as the "bodyHtml" and fetch a single product. They having not included that query as it does not work. How do you mean: "GraphQL error: Field 'bodyHtml' doesn't exist on type 'Product'" when it is there? Could a member of staff please advice???

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Tourist
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Did you manage to resolve this?
I get the same error and this is literary copy paste from Shopify docs here

 

Really strange that Shopify provides examples that do not work.

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New Member
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Hi,

If you use the Storefont API, you query begins with QueryRoot

You need to use Inline Fragments, like that :

 

query {
  node(id:"Z2lkOi8vc2hvcGlmeS9Qcm9kdWN0LzQ0MTg5MzQ1MzgzNDA=") {
    ...on Product {
      title
    }
  }
}

 

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