I’ve just set up my login with Auth0 using Angular. I have created an application in Auth0 and connected it to a MongoDB database, I have tested this connection and it works fine.
When I click ‘Login’ in my angular application, I am presented with the Auth0 login interface. I entered login details to match credentials in my MongoDB database and was asked by Auth0 if my application could access my details, which I granted. After this, an error page appeared stating ‘Unable to issue redirect for OAuth 2.0 transaction’.
I’ve went back to look at my application settings and the allowed callback URLs, logged-out URLs and web origins have all been entered. I have no idea what could be causing this issue.
here is the context data:
“message”: “Unable to issue redirect for OAuth 2.0 transaction”,
Yes, same exact issue here except it is with the default auth0 database provider.
Ok I figured it out. When configuring the auth0 client, you need to explicitly specify the redirect uri now. This wasn’t required in older versions. I’m not sure when they changed this. I just updated my client today to the newest version, which is why it broke for me.
Im unsure what to set as my environment. redirectURI.
I’m wanting it to redirect to http://localhost:4200
You can just set it directly to start
However, it should eventually be set via an environment variable since your local vs production redirects are going to be different.
Make sure that the redirect_uri is spelled properly.
Hey there everyone!
Thanks for sharing that knowledge with the rest of community!