Getting the User.username while checking for User.password implemented via @secret GraphQL directive on DQL

Hi! As the title suggests, how can I compare the input password with the hashed password in the database with the use of DQL?

Edit:
Changed the title question to include DQL. Also changed the initial question into something more meaningful.

The field is not a real field in the Schema… here are the instructions:

https://dgraph.io/docs/graphql/schema/types/#password-type

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Thank you for that reply! I really appreciate it. However, I should have rephrased my question better. I’ll change the title, but the exact question is how would I be able to achieve a similar effect (as with checkUserPassword GraphQL query) with DQL?

https://dgraph.io/docs/query-language/schema/#password-type

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So I guess I’ll take that as there’s no way to use DQL to check for the password field. Thank you for the reply! :slight_smile: I really appreciate it! :slight_smile:

That is DQL… and it is a function to checking for a password match

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Oh :sweat_smile: my bad. I only seemed to peruse the page without checking the language. Thank you again! You’re a lifesaver