Category : cors

I’m creating a small webApp inside of a docker environment. Here’s the compose file: version: ‘3’ services: ## Webserver web: image: nginx:latest depends_on: – mysql – php volumes: – ./www:/var/www/html – ./nginx:/etc/nginx/conf.d/ ports: – "8080:80" ## PHP-fpm php: build: ./php volumes: – ./www:/var/www/html – ./php:/usr/local/etc/php/php.ini ## MySQL mysql: image: mysql:5.7 restart: always environment: – MYSQL_DATABASE=db ..

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I got the following setup: https://localhost:1234 -> React app using keycloak-js and @react-keycloak/web http://localhost:8080 -> Keycloak (docker) The React app is configured to use the keycloak instance. If I’m trying to access my webapp I get the following network error: GET http://localhost:8080/auth/realms/REALMNAME/protocol/openid-connect/3p-cookies/step1.html not-set cross-origin-resource-policy My browser blocks the request cause the cross-origin-resource-policy header is missing. ..

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I use FastAPI to deploy an API on local server, using docker, something like this: http://192.168.1.33:8090/myAPI I already set allow CORS like this: app = FastAPI() origins = [ "*", ] app.add_middleware( CORSMiddleware, allow_origins=origins, allow_credentials=True, allow_methods=["*"], allow_headers=["*"], ) Calling from inside the network, it works fine. When I map domain from outside to my API: ..

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I have a React frontend that is deployed on AWS Amplify. (let’s say its URL is https://master.foo.amplifyapp.com) And I have an EC2 backend instance that runs docker containers which are nginx and REST API nodejs server(Koa). Also, I’ve set up ELB to accept only HTTPS access. (let’s say its URL is https://example.com/) So the request ..

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I have configured traefik with one application server which is on domain api.example.com, one static nginx docker which is on subdomain admin.example.com.while accessing apis from appserver I’m getting below issue. Access to XMLHttpRequest at ‘https://api.example.com/admin/user/login’ from origin ‘https://admin.example.com’ has been blocked by CORS policy: Response to preflight request doesn’t pass access control check: No ‘Access-Control-Allow-Origin’ ..

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This really is a last resort for me as I’ve tried all of the solutions I can find on dealing with CORS headers on my express API. I was explicitly adding Access-Control-Allow-Origin and Method headers in an app.use() block before my routes but Chrome is still telling me that I’m missing the Access-Control-Allow-Origin header from ..

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