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Expired OAuth details being restored by getStoredCredentials() #13

FishOfPrey opened this Issue Mar 20, 2018 · 3 comments


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FishOfPrey commented Mar 20, 2018

I tried to restart my Fridge project after a couple of weeks of inactivity to do some modifications.
The Agent code started failing with the error message:

ERROR: [ { "message": "Session expired or invalid", "errorCode": "INVALID_SESSION_ID" } ]

I logged the access_token, and it was indeed expired. From my reading of getStoredCredentials() and getOAuthToken(...) the oAuth details are persisted as a Squirrel table. This seems problematic, as the access_token expires and needs to be updated using a refresh token periodically.

I initially tried adding a{}); immediately after the server.error on line 204. However, that didn't restart to OAuth process to get a valid access_token.

Seems I also needed to browse to the Agent URL to complete the OAuth steps again.

Failing using the refresh_token, is there a way to clear out the existing expired OAuth details and indicate that the agent URL needs to be browsed to?


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PadmanPL commented Oct 3, 2018

Have you had your issue solved? I am facing the same problem

@ppetrosh ppetrosh self-assigned this Oct 8, 2018


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ppetrosh commented Oct 11, 2018

I am looking into this. I will update the ticket with the results of my investigation and the suggestions.


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ppetrosh commented Oct 16, 2018

What I found is that refresh token has never been used in the library/examples. So I added update of access token into the smart refrig example. I haven't fully tested it yet, but you should get the idea.

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