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    rp

    8 months ago
    Yes. We expose a function in the backend SDK called getAllSessionsForUser (or something like that)
  • ?

    user

    8 months ago
    amazing, I'll be building amazing things with SuperTokens in due time
  • r

    rp

    8 months ago
    Awesome! Happy to hear that
  • c

    cpalta

    8 months ago
    Hello, I have a question. i want when we call super token signup API. it may create a session at that time but my requirement is when we will signup I don't want to create a user session at that time. it will only happen when the user tries to log in. anyone helps me how I can do this. i read about override method but that is not clear to me
  • ?

    user

    8 months ago
    Does Supertokens have a feature where if a user suspects password theft, they can change it and simultaneously log out of all active sessions?
  • w

    workoutintheabstract

    8 months ago
    Hi, so I need to manage sessions between a react app, and several node servers. One of these node apps stores data for user authentication, whilst the others store various sets of data for the client. They are all within the same domain. I just need to use supertokens for handling sessions management. If i define a route at an already existing supertokens api path like /auth/signin and do my own authentication, then does that mean I need to use some of supertokens exposed functions to ask for a new pair of tokens
  • w

    workoutintheabstract

    8 months ago
    do i need my own logic in the backend to handle the process of interacting with the supertokens core for new login, expiry of access, or expiry of access and refresh,?
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    aschepis

    8 months ago
    in my react app i have a common header bar that contains the user's profile avatar and a dropdown for info. I want to render the header always but the profile avatar and dropdown only if the user is logged in. Can i wrap anything in ThirdPartyAuth to hide it if not logged in or will it redirect me away?
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    aschepis

    8 months ago
    i figured this out by using
    <ThirdPartyAuth requireAuth={false}>
    wrapping my component and using
    useSessionContext
    in the component itself to see if there is a session