"Login request is missing required email" Error with a angular-dreamfactory SDK


#1

Hi to everyone,

I am very new with DreamFactory and i liked too much

I want to work with a Angularjs Application and Angular-DreamFactory Service.

In my Controller , I called the Method

DreamFactory.api.user.login({
“email”: “MY_EMAIL”,
“password”: “MY_PASS”
},
function(data) {
console.log(‘success’);
console.log(data);
},
function(error) {
console.log(‘error’);
console.log(error);
});

And i Got the following message.

{“error”:[{“context”:null,“message”:“Login request is missing required email.”,“code”:400}]}

In my DSP Server i got CORS access to all host (*) and All Roles Configured for the AngularToDoApp.

In my AngularClientAPP the DSP_URL and DSP_API_KEY are declared with success.

It is appropriate to tell, with this command works Fine…

curl -k -3 -X POST http://ec2-XXXX.compute-1.amazonaws.com:80/rest/user/session
-H “X-DreamFactory-Application-Name: todojquery”
-d ‘{“email”: “MY_EMAIL”, “password” : “MY_PASS”}’

Please Help…


#2

In your curl call you have quotes around the object. It’s stringified. Try that with your angular login method. Or get rid of the quotes around “email” and “password”.


#3

Jason

Thank You so much for your answer.

I tried your option, but without success. : (

Digging in the angular-dreamfactory.js file i found the following method :

DreamFactory.api.help();

That method It showed to me all the parameters and API calls …

Looking the Login Section we see:

“body (required) - Data containing name-value pairs used for logging into the system”.

The answer was the following :

var creds = {
body: {
email: ‘MY_EMAIL’,
password: ‘MY_PASSWORD’
}
};

Then the final call is:

DreamFactory.api.user.login(creds,…);

It works fine!!!

Thanks Again!

p.d.

The example documentation from the github it is wrong… i got the first example from here:


// model for login credentials
$scope.creds = {
email: ‘’,
password: ‘’
}

// Login function
$scope.loginFunc = function() {

// Call to the DreamFactory user service using provided login method
DreamFactory.api.user.login($scope.creds,

  // Success function
  function(data) {

    // Handle login success
  },


#4

Ha. That’s where I looked to get an answer. I’ll get that updated. Thanks.


#5

Thank you very much Polgarmx, I spent long hours trying to realise what you discover, it help me lots.