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I'm using DrizzleContext of drizzle-react package. I'm deriving the context object using the following code:

static contextType = DrizzleContext.Consumer;

the derived context object is then obtained using this code:

constructor(props, context) {
        super(props);
        this.context = context;
    }

recently I've been getting the following error for every js file which leverages context object as above:

Warning: myJS defines an invalid contextType. contextType should point to the Context object returned by React.createContext(). Did you accidentally pass the Context.Consumer instead?

Any idea what this is regarding?

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