In BullMQ, you can check the status of a job by using its
getState method. This will return the current state of the job in the queue.
In this example,
getJobStatus function takes a
jobId as an argument and retrieves the job from the queue. If the job exists, it gets the job's state using
getState(). The potential states of a job in BullMQ are:
Please note that
getJobStatus is an asynchronous operation because it needs to communicate with the Redis server where your jobs are stored. Therefore, it should be used inside an async function or handled with promise-based syntax.