sensitive-blue
sensitive-blue14mo ago

login auth

hi all when someone do a login you save the profile in localStorage and after that if the user try to go to another page you check if you have a profile details in the localStorge (maybe in another storge IDK) and if he logged in then the user can enter the page, otherwise refine will direct it automatically to the loginPage I want to remove this thing becuse I do this thing in the server side, what things and where I should to do the changes to stop this client side auth ? thank you
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kapa.ai
kapa.ai14mo ago
Hi @Deleted User. I'm kapa.ai, your friendly support bot. I will try to answer your question by searching through the knowledge base. :wave: ---------------------- To stop client-side authentication in refine, you can remove the Authenticated component wrapping your pages. Instead, you can rely on server-side authentication using your authProvider's check function. For example, in a Next.js application, you can remove the Authenticated component from your pages and use the getServerSideProps function to handle authentication:
import { authProvider } from "src/authProvider";

export const getServerSideProps = async (context) => {
const { authenticated, redirectTo } = await authProvider.check(context);

if (!authenticated && redirectTo) {
return {
redirect: {
destination: redirectTo,
permanent: false,
},
props: {},
};
}

return {
props: {},
};
};

export default function YourPage() {
// Your page content
}
import { authProvider } from "src/authProvider";

export const getServerSideProps = async (context) => {
const { authenticated, redirectTo } = await authProvider.check(context);

if (!authenticated && redirectTo) {
return {
redirect: {
destination: redirectTo,
permanent: false,
},
props: {},
};
}

return {
props: {},
};
};

export default function YourPage() {
// Your page content
}
In a Remix application, you can remove the Authenticated component and use the loader function to handle authentication:
import { authProvider } from "src/authProvider";

export const loader = async ({ context }) => {
const { authenticated, redirectTo } = await authProvider.check(context);

if (!authenticated && redirectTo) {
return redirect(redirectTo);
}

return {};
};

export default function YourPage() {
// Your page content
}
import { authProvider } from "src/authProvider";

export const loader = async ({ context }) => {
const { authenticated, redirectTo } = await authProvider.check(context);

if (!authenticated && redirectTo) {
return redirect(redirectTo);
}

return {};
};

export default function YourPage() {
// Your page content
}
Remember to remove the Authenticated component from all the pages you want to handle authentication server-side. For more information on handling authentication in Next.js and Remix, you can refer to the following documentation:
kapa.ai
kapa.ai14mo ago
- Next.js Authentication (https://refine.dev/docs/packages/documentation/routers/nextjs#how-to-handle-authentication) - Remix Authentication (https://refine.dev/docs/packages/documentation/routers/remix#how-to-handle-authentication) ---------------------- Note: you can ask me a follow up question by @ mentioning me again :speech_balloon: ----------------------
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kapa.ai
kapa.ai14mo ago
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other-emerald
other-emerald14mo ago
you can use authProvider.onError function to check server-side authentication. for example, if api returns 401. you can remove token and check function will redirect to login page
onError: async (error) => {
if (error.statusCode === 401) {
// remove token
return {
error,
};
}

return { error };
},
onError: async (error) => {
if (error.statusCode === 401) {
// remove token
return {
error,
};
}

return { error };
},
if you want to completely remove to client side chekcs. you can return success:true on authProvider.check
check: async () => {

return {
authenticated: true,
};
},
check: async () => {

return {
authenticated: true,
};
},
and after that you need to remove <Authenticated> component from router implementation. after that you can implement your own authentication logics. example from tutorial: you need to remove Authenticated
<Route
element={
<Authenticated
fallback={<CatchAllNavigate to="/login" />}
>
<ThemedLayout>
<Outlet />
</ThemedLayout>
</Authenticated>
}
>
<Route
index
element={
<NavigateToResource resource="posts" />
}
/>

<Route path="/posts">
<Route index element={<PostList />} />
<Route path="create" element={<PostCreate />} />
<Route path="edit/:id" element={<PostEdit />} />
<Route path="show/:id" element={<PostShow />} />
</Route>
</Route>
<Route
element={
<Authenticated
fallback={<CatchAllNavigate to="/login" />}
>
<ThemedLayout>
<Outlet />
</ThemedLayout>
</Authenticated>
}
>
<Route
index
element={
<NavigateToResource resource="posts" />
}
/>

<Route path="/posts">
<Route index element={<PostList />} />
<Route path="create" element={<PostCreate />} />
<Route path="edit/:id" element={<PostEdit />} />
<Route path="show/:id" element={<PostShow />} />
</Route>
</Route>