Extracting hash map from Redis using Redis keys result to populate a table

I am trying to build the data processing to complete the following steps:

  1. users can select whether a "players" from a table belongs to Team A or Team B, the players are stored in Firebase
  2. I want to show what players are selected and to what team they belong

I don't want to store these steps in Firebase but rather in the Redis backend. My current approach is as follows:

  1. the user can select the team with an action that triggers a Redis query to write the hash map key with the following command hset teamComp:{{newGamePlayerSelect.selectedRow.data._id}} team "B" fullName "{{newGamePlayerSelect.selectedRow.data.full_name}}" photoUrl "{{newGamePlayerSelect.selectedRow.data.photo_url}}" profileName "{{newGamePlayerSelect.selectedRow.data.display_name}}"
  2. I extract the list of keys from redis with KEYS teamComp:*
  3. stuck I want to map over the returned values from 2 to retrieve all the details I stored in step 1.

For step 3, I tried to write the following javascript script:

function runQuery() {
  var result = [];
  var errors = "";
  var usersDetails = getTeamPlayers.data.map(function(x) {
    console.log("Try to run getTeamPlayerDetails for:" + x);
      additionalScope: {userId: x},
      onSuccess: function(data) {
      onFailure: function (error) {
        // Update the Errors text
        errors += "Found error while processing " + x + ":  " + error + "\n\n";
  return result;

The query getTeamPlayerDetails details are the screenshots below.

Any help would be greatly appreciated.

Hi @ant0n!

Looks like we're asynchronously triggering the getTeamPlayerDetails query for each player, and I'm wondering if those run after the function returns the result array. Could you try incrementally adding each result to temporary state as each triggered query finishes?

Specifically I would create a new temporary state named results initialized to [], and modify the JS to something like:

  onSuccess: function(data) {
    let existingResults = results.value;