When an app has a global store value that changes the context of all requests, it would be useful to be able to add the variable as an additional queryKey to all requests. This way, react-query will notice the change and automatically refetch due to the global queryKey changing.
It would be convenient to be able to set a
globalQueryKeys property when configuring
Currently, I am changing the context by passing the global store value as a header when configuring
createClient. This works partially as react-query will refetch the proper data when the window is blurred and then refocused. However, react-query will not refetch the correct data when manually invalidating queries and calling
queryClient.resetQueries(). I'm thinking if the value was also set as a global queryKey, the refetching might be more intuitive and automatic.
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