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Built a Discord node.js bot that utilizes sqlite and node-dateTime. Works great locally. Setup Github and Heroku which are communicating with each other, but upon build (which succeeds), then returns an error for "node-dateTime" dependencies. Does Heroku's buildpacks not support dateTime?

Also, my sqlite will store information from my Discord server. Is this okay through Heroku?

Any insight into this issue would be helpful.

  • Hi bighiggens, while Heroku is a Salesforce product, I think you'll have more luck getting an answer to this question on Stackoverflow. – Robs Sep 22 '18 at 22:31
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That module should be fine. Where is it included in your package.json? It sounds like you might have it inside devDependencies and it's not being included during the build process.

SQLite won’t work on Heroku since it uses an ephemeral filesystem: https://devcenter.heroku.com/articles/dynos#ephemeral-filesystem You’ll probably want to use Postgres or Mongo.

This post might help overall: https://github.com/synicalsyntax/discord.js-heroku

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  • This is how it's written in my package.json: "dependencies": { "discord.js": "^11.4.2", "node-datetime": "^2.1.0", "sqlite": "^3.0.0", "request": "^2.81.0" } – bighiggens Sep 21 '18 at 23:46
  • That should be fine, then. This makes me think like it could be another issue not related to Heroku. Could you update your original post with the errors you're seeing? – Jon McCartie Sep 22 '18 at 16:10

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