Category : middleware

I am currently stuck trying to implement a refresh token with express middleware, react and JWT. The problem I am having is I need to pass the refreshed token back to the client from the middleware function. I have tried using res.locals.variableName and also res.set, but once the middleware function is finished and next() is ..

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I have 2 authentication systems. They was implemented in auth1 middleware, and auth2 middleware. They look like: // service1 for auth1 and service2 for auth2 let authInfo = service1.check(username, password); if (authInfo) { req.user = authInfo; } next(); For some routes need only auth1 as following example. router.post(‘/staff’, auth1, newStaff); For some routes need only ..

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I need to use await inside a route on Express, therefore it must be async. However, when I try to add async to the rute, it does not work because I use a middleware. api.get(‘/users/yop’, CORS(CORSOPT), async, checkauth, (req, res) => { await GETDATA.getUsers(db.collection(‘users’)); res.json(users[req.user]); }) Middleware looks like this: function checkauth(req, res, next) { ..

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I’m new to express and stuck in a problem while following some tutorial. The problem is why this URL http://localhost:8000/user/profile is working? I haven’t defined any route for /user/profile. If possible a deep explanation on this. How is this middleware working? router.use("/user", require("./users")); This is main file (index.js) const express = require("express"); const path = ..

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My question is why console.log("after middleware") is printing only once while app.use(foo) is calling after every page reload. Does using NodeJS code is interpreted one time after use npm start in console despite page reload? const express = require(‘express’) const app = express() function foo(req, res, next) { console.log("middleware1") next() } app.use(foo) console.log("after middleware"); app.get(‘/’, ..

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I am trying to implement refresh token functionality in my reactjs app. I created a middleware, apart from my saga middleware, to intercept each dipatched action. This middleware checks the expiry time of access token. If it is expired, then it dispatches a call to refresh this token and then continues where it left off. ..

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