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Oauth2 Something went wrong while authorizing

Hello! I am trying to set up an Oauth2 app to connect with a web app (Django backend with a Next.js frontend). We already have an app running in production, so I doubt I made an error in the code; I believe there's a mistake somewhere in the setup.


I allowed the entire set of permissions (since I didn't know what exactly we needed).

Once I get past allowing the app for the current user, I get an error screen that says just "Something went wrong".  After clicking the Allow button, the browser navigates to:

and the response is {"error":{"category":"generic"}}


On the frontend, I'm following this URL:${YOUR_USER_BOUND_VALUE}&response_type=code&prompt=consent


Where I filled in the YOUR_USER_BOUND_VALUE beforehand.


I've taken a look and client id and secret seem to be properly filled in at the backend. The API calls seem to run without errors.


I even tried setting up ngrok in order to have https urls, but no change.

I've shared the app, and I'm using the same email address from the app I'm trying to authorize as the one that owns the Confluence app. 

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Simone Zennaro
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Jul 02, 2023

Same issue trying to configure AWS Appflow with Jira Connector, although I gave all the permissions (and granulars too) to the Jira App.

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