genetic-orange
genetic-orangeβ€’3w ago

Invalid-session-token

Jsut started the install to Refine. Chose data-provider-nestjs-query, antd, no example pages, and npm intall, auth provider custom I got invalid session token trying to login via github/gooogle on a Windows machine.
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kapa.ai
kapa.aiβ€’3w ago
Hi @neit. I'm kapa.ai, your friendly support bot. I will try to answer your question by searching through the knowledge base. :wave: ---------------------- It seems like you're encountering an "Invalid-session-token" error when trying to log in via GitHub or Google on a Windows machine after setting up a Refine project with the data-provider-nestjs-query example and custom auth provider. This issue is similar to a known bug reported in the Refine GitHub repository where users experienced an "Invalid-session-token" error when logging in using devtools in Safari. Although your environment is different (Windows vs. Safari), the underlying issue might be related to session handling in the auth provider. Here are some steps you can take to troubleshoot and potentially resolve the issue: 1. Check Your Auth Provider Implementation: Ensure that your custom auth provider is correctly implemented and that it handles session tokens properly. You can refer to the Refine documentation on customizing auth pages (https://refine.dev/docs/tutorial/understanding-authprovider/antd/auth-pages/#customizing-auth-pages) for guidance. 2. Verify Session Token Storage: Make sure that the session token is being correctly stored and retrieved from local storage or cookies. This is crucial for maintaining the session state across different parts of your application. 3. Debugging: Add debugging statements to your auth provider to log the session token and any errors that occur during the login process. This can help you identify where the issue might be occurring. 4. Cross-Browser Testing: Although the issue was reported on Safari, it's worth testing your application on different browsers to see if the problem persists. This can help determine if the issue is browser-specific. 5. Community Support: If the issue persists, consider reaching out to the Refine community for support. You can join the Refine Discord server (https://discord.com/invite/refine) and ask for help. The community and support staff can provide additional insights and assistance. If you need further assistance, you can also refer to the GitHub issue (https://github.com/refinedev/refine/issues/5753) where a similar problem was discussed. By following these steps, you should be able to identify and resolve the "Invalid-session-token" error in your Refine application. ---------------------- Note: you can ask me a follow up question by @ mentioning me again :speech_balloon: ----------------------
kapa.ai
kapa.aiβ€’3w ago
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genetic-orange
genetic-orangeβ€’3w ago
@kapa.ai this is just to log i to dev-tools have tried using git hub and google auth @kapa.ai can’t access devtools in refine using my github credentials says invalid token access
kapa.ai
kapa.aiβ€’3w ago
Let me check the knowledge base for you. One moment! :books: ---------------------- It looks like you're encountering an "Invalid-session-token" error when trying to access devtools in Refine using your GitHub credentials. This issue has been reported before and is related to session handling during the authentication process. Here are some steps and information that might help you resolve this issue: 1. Known Issue and Fix: This issue was reported in the Refine GitHub repository and has been addressed. The problem was related to cookie handling in the authentication flow. A fix was implemented to address this issue. You can refer to the GitHub issue #5753 (https://github.com/refinedev/refine/issues/5753) for more details.
Comment by MEMBER: Hey @linkscope sorry for the issue πŸ™ I've just opened up a PR to address this issue. Authentication flow was broken due to cookie issues in Safari. I added a small tweak to the proxy tested it in Chrome and Safari, both are working fine πŸš€
2. Update Your Packages: Ensure that you are using the latest version of the @refinedev/devtools package. The fix might have been included in a recent update. You can update your packages by running:
npm update @refinedev/devtools

npm update @refinedev/devtools

3. Check Your Environment: Make sure that your environment is correctly set up. If the project is running with process.env.NODE_ENV set to something other than "development", the <DevtoolsProvider /> will not initialize the connection with the devtools server.
Trusted Support Staff 8: But if the project is running with process.env.NODE_ENV something other than "development", <DevtoolsProvider /> will not initialize the connection with the devtools server.
4. Community Support: If the issue persists, consider reaching out to the Refine community for support. You can join the Refine Discord server (https://discord.com/invite/refine) and ask for help. The community and support staff can provide additional insights and assistance. By following these steps, you should be able to resolve the "Invalid-session-token" error and access devtools in Refine using your GitHub credentials. If you continue to experience issues, don't hesitate to seek further assistance from the community. ---------------------- Note: you can ask me a follow up question by @ mentioning me again :speech_balloon: ----------------------
kapa.ai
kapa.aiβ€’3w ago
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genetic-orange
genetic-orangeβ€’2w ago
@kapa.ai can you give me the command to generate all table columns use in the CRM demo including Users, Companies, Tasks, Audits if not all the data
kapa.ai
kapa.aiβ€’2w ago
Let me check the knowledge base for you. One moment! :books: ---------------------- To generate all table columns used in the CRM demo, including Users, Companies, Tasks, and Audits, you can refer to the schema definitions provided in the backend. The CRM demo uses a GraphQL API, and you can access the entire schema from the provided endpoint. Here is the relevant information and steps to access the schema: 1. Access the GraphQL Schema: You can view the entire schema for the CRM demo by visiting the following URL:
<https://api.crm.refine.dev/graphql>

<https://api.crm.refine.dev/graphql>

2. Example of Resolver Definition: The resolvers for the entities are defined in a specific way. Here is an example of how the resolvers are defined for the CompanyEntity:
{
pagingStrategy: PagingStrategies.OFFSET,
enableTotalCount: true,
EntityClass: CompanyEntity,
DTOClass: CompanyModel,
CreateDTOClass: CompanyCreateInput,
UpdateDTOClass: CompanyUpdateInput,
enableSubscriptions: true,
enableAggregate: true,
}

{
pagingStrategy: PagingStrategies.OFFSET,
enableTotalCount: true,
EntityClass: CompanyEntity,
DTOClass: CompanyModel,
CreateDTOClass: CompanyCreateInput,
UpdateDTOClass: CompanyUpdateInput,
enableSubscriptions: true,
enableAggregate: true,
}

3. Generating Table Columns: To generate the table columns, you would typically define the entities and their corresponding DTOs (Data Transfer Objects) in your backend code. Here is a general approach to defining these entities:
import { ObjectType, Field, ID } from 'type-graphql';

@ObjectType()
class User {
@Field(() => ID)
id: string;

@Field()
name: string;

@Field()
email: string;

// Add other fields as necessary
}

@ObjectType()
class Company {
@Field(() => ID)
id: string;

@Field()
name: string;

@Field()
address: string;

// Add other fields as necessary
}

@ObjectType()
class Task {
@Field(() => ID)
id: string;

@Field()
title: string;
@Field()
description: string;

// Add other fields as necessary
}

@ObjectType()
class Audit {
@Field(() => ID)
id: string;

@Field()
action: string;

@Field()
timestamp: Date;

// Add other fields as necessary
}

import { ObjectType, Field, ID } from 'type-graphql';

@ObjectType()
class User {
@Field(() => ID)
id: string;

@Field()
name: string;

@Field()
email: string;

// Add other fields as necessary
}

@ObjectType()
class Company {
@Field(() => ID)
id: string;

@Field()
name: string;

@Field()
address: string;

// Add other fields as necessary
}

@ObjectType()
class Task {
@Field(() => ID)
id: string;

@Field()
title: string;
@Field()
description: string;

// Add other fields as necessary
}

@ObjectType()
class Audit {
@Field(() => ID)
id: string;

@Field()
action: string;

@Field()
timestamp: Date;

// Add other fields as necessary
}

4. Using NestJS Query: If you are using the nestjs-query library, you can follow the documentation to define your entities and DTOs. The library provides a way to generate the backend based on your schema definitions. Documentation: NestJS Query - Getting Started (https://doug-martin.github.io/nestjs-query/docs/introduction/getting-started) By following these steps and referring to the provided schema and documentation, you should be able to generate all table columns used in the CRM demo, including Users, Companies, Tasks, and Audits. For more detailed information, you can refer to the Refine CRM example project (https://github.com/refinedev/refine/blob/master/examples/app-crm/README.md) and the GraphQL API schema (https://api.crm.refine.dev/graphql). ---------------------- Note: you can ask me a follow up question by @ mentioning me again :speech_balloon: ----------------------
kapa.ai
kapa.aiβ€’2w ago
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genetic-orange
genetic-orangeβ€’2w ago
Can you give me the type of database to populate the graphql @kapa.ai can you give the type of database used to populate the crm example
kapa.ai
kapa.aiβ€’2w ago
Let me check the knowledge base for you. One moment! :books: ---------------------- The CRM example provided by Refine uses a GraphQL API backend, which is built using Nest.js and the nestjs-query package. While the specific type of database used to populate the CRM example is not explicitly mentioned in the provided extracts, it is common to use relational databases such as PostgreSQL or SQLite with TypeORM in Nest.js applications. Here are some relevant details from the provided extracts: 1. Backend Configuration: The backend for the CRM example uses Nest.js and the nestjs-query package. You can find more details about the backend configuration in the Refine documentation (https://refine.dev/docs/data/packages/nestjs-query/#backend-configuration). 2. TypeORM: The provided code snippets indicate the use of TypeORM, which is an ORM (Object-Relational Mapping) library for TypeScript and JavaScript. TypeORM supports various databases, including PostgreSQL, MySQL, SQLite, and more.
import { ContactEntity } from '../entities/contact.entity';
import { InjectRepository } from '@nestjs/typeorm';
import { AuditEntity } from '../entities/audit.entity';
import { AuditAction } from '../enums';
import { InjectPubSub } from '@ptc-org/nestjs-query-graphql';
import { PubSub } from 'graphql-subscriptions';
import { faker } from '@faker-js/faker';

import { ContactEntity } from '../entities/contact.entity';
import { InjectRepository } from '@nestjs/typeorm';
import { AuditEntity } from '../entities/audit.entity';
import { AuditAction } from '../enums';
import { InjectPubSub } from '@ptc-org/nestjs-query-graphql';
import { PubSub } from 'graphql-subscriptions';
import { faker } from '@faker-js/faker';

3. Community Support: A community member asked if there is a version of the CRM dashboard that supports SQLite, and the support staff provided a link to the backend configuration documentation, suggesting that SQLite can be used.
**Community Member 59**: is there a version of the crm dashboard that supports sqllite database? like a github file i can take a look at
**Trusted Support Staff 20**: Please check here: <https://refine.dev/docs/data/packages/nestjs-query/#backend-configuration>

**Community Member 59**: is there a version of the crm dashboard that supports sqllite database? like a github file i can take a look at
**Trusted Support Staff 20**: Please check here: <https://refine.dev/docs/data/packages/nestjs-query/#backend-configuration>

Based on this information, it is likely that the CRM example can be configured to use various relational databases supported by TypeORM, such as PostgreSQL or SQLite. For more detailed information on setting up the database and backend configuration, you can refer to the Refine documentation on NestJS Query (https://refine.dev/docs/data/packages/nestjs-query/#backend-configuration) and the NestJS Query documentation (https://doug-martin.github.io/nestjs-query/docs/introduction/getting-started). ---------------------- Note: you can ask me a follow up question by @ mentioning me again :speech_balloon: ----------------------
kapa.ai
kapa.aiβ€’2w ago
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