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Blank page when login for OAuth 2.0 Authorization


Hello, experts:

I'm back to a webpage project I started about 6 months ago. In that web, I connect my Jira user using Jira API, and read my issues list, their details and even send comments and read the worklog.

Now, with the scopes change, I can't do it anymore. As far as I know, the only thing I must do is to change old scopes with newer ones. Ok, this was my scopes string:

public readonly static string client_scopes = "read:jira-work%20read:jira-user%20write:jira-work";

This is my new scopes string:

public readonly static string client_scopes = "read:issue:jira%20write:issue:jira%20read:attachment:jira%20write:attachment:jira%20read:comment:jira%20" +
"read:field.option:jira%20read:field-configuration:jira%20read:field.options:jira%20read:issue-link:jira%20" +
"write:issue-link:jira%20delete:issue-link:jira%20read:issue-link-type:jira%20read:priority:jira%20" +
"" +
"read:resolution:jira%20read:issue-details:jira%20read:issue-type:jira%20read:issue.watcher:jira%20" +
"read:issue-worklog:jira%20read:issue-field-values:jira%20read:issue-status:jira%20read:issue.changelog:jira%20" +
"read:issue-event:jira%20read:user:jira%20read:user.columns:jira%20read:label:jira%20read:project:jira%20" +
"" +


At first, I had an error message, telling me that I have to change scopes on my console page. Ok, done (why the deprecated scopes are shown by default, and the newer and mandatory ones are hidden by default?).

Then, I tried again and I got a blank page. Yes, my page redirects to, I can log in (if I wasn't), and I log in correctly (because other tabs open with my user on atlassian), but it tries to load page and... blank. No info. No error... well, kind of. Pressing F12 on Chrome, I get this errors:

TypeError: is not a function
at e.value (consent.bundle.js:119)
at t.value (consent.bundle.js:73)
at Ha (consent.bundle.js:89)
at Ua (consent.bundle.js:89)
at Cs (consent.bundle.js:89)
at kc (consent.bundle.js:89)
at wc (consent.bundle.js:89)
at fc (consent.bundle.js:89)
at consent.bundle.js:89
at t.unstable_runWithPriority (consent.bundle.js:97)
is @ consent.bundle.js:formatted:33621
n.callback @ consent.bundle.js:formatted:34071
gi @ consent.bundle.js:formatted:31730
ls @ consent.bundle.js:formatted:33718
Sc @ consent.bundle.js:formatted:34818
t.unstable_runWithPriority @ consent.bundle.js:formatted:36108
Yo @ consent.bundle.js:formatted:31472
Ec @ consent.bundle.js:formatted:34615
fc @ consent.bundle.js:formatted:34353
(anonymous) @ consent.bundle.js:formatted:31501
t.unstable_runWithPriority @ consent.bundle.js:formatted:36108
Yo @ consent.bundle.js:formatted:31472
Qo @ consent.bundle.js:formatted:31497
Ko @ consent.bundle.js:formatted:31489
sc @ consent.bundle.js:formatted:34141
$c @ consent.bundle.js:formatted:35476
tu @ consent.bundle.js:formatted:35529
t.render @ consent.bundle.js:formatted:35760
window.__INIT_CONSENT_SCREEN__ @ consent.bundle.js:formatted:22707
(anonymous) @ consent?state=******************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************
consent.bundle.js:formatted:45214 Uncaught TypeError: is not a function
at e.value (consent.bundle.js:119)
at t.value (consent.bundle.js:73)
at Ha (consent.bundle.js:89)
at Ua (consent.bundle.js:89)
at Cs (consent.bundle.js:89)
at kc (consent.bundle.js:89)
at wc (consent.bundle.js:89)
at fc (consent.bundle.js:89)
at consent.bundle.js:89
at t.unstable_runWithPriority (consent.bundle.js:97)

So... has someone any clue what's wrong?

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