I think the issue was by ths following , All I'm trying to do with code is copy the dot-notated schema and table name into a variable, and, for some reason, all it gives me is the first letter: , This statement:
I wish did fix the issue. This seems to be an issue with the debugger in Chrome - either a material problem or just a nuance of the debugger that I don't understand. fn does have a value toward the end of the call, but not where the breakpoint is.
Error in Python: local variable 'letter' referenced before assignment
it helps some times This probably isn't sequelize that is doing this. I tested it and didn't reproduce the behavior you described. Are you sure you're really sending "N" instead of "n" in the toBeInserted var? Or maybe there is a trigger or something else in your db that causes this.