The graphql/execution module is responsible for the execution phase of fulfilling a GraphQL request. You can import either from the graphql/execution module, or from the root graphql module. For example:

import { execute } from 'graphql'; // ES6
var { execute } = require('graphql'); // CommonJS

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export function execute(
  schema: GraphQLSchema,
  documentAST: Document,
  rootValue?: mixed,
  contextValue?: mixed,
  variableValues?: ?{[key: string]: mixed},
  operationName?: ?string
): Promise<ExecutionResult>

type ExecutionResult = {
  data: ?Object;
  errors?: Array<GraphQLError>;

Implements the "Evaluating requests" section of the GraphQL specification.

Returns a Promise that will eventually be resolved and never rejected.

If the arguments to this function do not result in a legal execution context, a GraphQLError will be thrown immediately explaining the invalid input.

ExecutionResult represents the result of execution. data is the result of executing the query, errors is null if no errors occurred, and is a non-empty array if an error occurred.

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