flat-fuchsia
flat-fuchsia4mo ago

How to use providers property on AuthPage

How do you actually use it? I specified google like this
{
name: "google",
label: translate("pages.login.providers.google", "Sign in with Google"),
icon: (
<GoogleOutlined
style={{
fontSize: 20,
lineHeight: 0,
}}
/>
),
},
{
name: "google",
label: translate("pages.login.providers.google", "Sign in with Google"),
icon: (
<GoogleOutlined
style={{
fontSize: 20,
lineHeight: 0,
}}
/>
),
},
But when I click the button it does nothing, no request, no call to login in the authProvider?
6 Replies
kapa.ai
kapa.ai4mo ago
Hi @BlackBearFTW. I'm kapa.ai, your friendly support bot. I will try to answer your question by searching through the knowledge base. :wave: ---------------------- The providers property on the <AuthPage /> component in Refine is used to define the list of providers for handling login authentication. It accepts an array of Provider type. Each provider object in the array should have a name, icon, and label. However, just defining the providers in the <AuthPage /> component does not automatically handle the authentication process. The actual authentication logic should be implemented in the authProvider that you pass to the <Refine /> component. Here is an example of how to define an authProvider:
const authProvider: AuthProvider = {
login: async (params: any) => {
// Implement your login logic here
// For example, you can make a request to your authentication server
},
// Implement other methods like check, logout, onError
};

<Refine authProvider={authProvider} />;
const authProvider: AuthProvider = {
login: async (params: any) => {
// Implement your login logic here
// For example, you can make a request to your authentication server
},
// Implement other methods like check, logout, onError
};

<Refine authProvider={authProvider} />;
In your case, you might need to check your authProvider and make sure that the login method is implemented correctly. When the button is clicked, it should call the login method in your authProvider. For more information, you can refer to the following documentation: - Refine AuthPage providers (https://refine.dev/docs/ui-integrations/ant-design/components/auth-page#providers) - Refine AuthProvider (https://refine.dev/docs/tutorial/understanding-authprovider/index#using-auth-providers-in-refine) - Refine Auth0 AuthProvider (https://refine.dev/docs/advanced-tutorials/auth/auth0#auth-provider) ---------------------- Note: you can ask me a follow up question by @ mentioning me again :speech_balloon: ----------------------
kapa.ai
kapa.ai4mo ago
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flat-fuchsia
flat-fuchsia4mo ago
@kapa.ai what property in params should I check?
kapa.ai
kapa.ai4mo ago
Let me check the knowledge base for you. One moment! :books: ---------------------- The params object in the context of Refine can have different properties depending on the specific use case. Here are some examples from the provided extracts: 1. In the CanParams type, the params object can have properties like resource, action, id, and any other key-value pairs. The resource and action properties are required, while the others are optional. Here is the type definition for CanParams:
type CanParams = {
resource: string; // Resource name
action: string; // Intended action name
params?: {
resource?: IResourceItem; // Resource item if can be determined
id?: BaseKey; // Id of the record if the check is for a specific record
[key: string]: unknown;
};
};
type CanParams = {
resource: string; // Resource name
action: string; // Intended action name
params?: {
resource?: IResourceItem; // Resource item if can be determined
id?: BaseKey; // Id of the record if the check is for a specific record
[key: string]: unknown;
};
};
Source (https://refine.dev/docs/core/interface-references#canparams) 2. In the context of the auditLogProvider.create() method, the params object can have properties like action, resource, data, and meta. Here is an example:
{
"action": "create",
"resource": "pixels",
"data": {
"id": "1",
"x": "3",
"y": "3",
"color": "cyan",
},
"meta": {
"dataProviderName": "Google",
"id": "1"
}
}
{
"action": "create",
"resource": "pixels",
"data": {
"id": "1",
"x": "3",
"y": "3",
"color": "cyan",
},
"meta": {
"dataProviderName": "Google",
"id": "1"
}
}
Source (https://refine.dev/blog/refine-pixels-7#logs-table-for-refine-audit-logs) 3. In the context of the useCan hook, the params object can have any key-value pairs. Here is an example:
useCan({
params: { foo: "optional-params" },
});
useCan({
params: { foo: "optional-params" },
});
Source (https://refine.dev/docs/authorization/hooks/use-can#params) 4. In the context of the liveProvider's subscribe method, the params object can have any key-value pairs. This is used in various hooks like useShow, useTable, useSelect, useList, useSimpleList. Here is an example:
useShow({
liveParams: { foo: "optional-params" },
});
useShow({
liveParams: { foo: "optional-params" },
});
Source (https://refine.dev/docs/data/hooks/use-show#liveparams) In your specific case, you would need to check the properties of the params object based on the context in which it is being used. ---------------------- Note: you can ask me a follow up question by @ mentioning me again :speech_balloon: ----------------------
kapa.ai
kapa.ai4mo ago
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flat-fuchsia
flat-fuchsia4mo ago
for anyone searching this, you need the {"providerName": "your-name-here"} property on params inside authProvider