The error "oauth error invalid_scope: the access scope is invalid: write_multipass" typically occurs when an application is trying to request access to a scope that is not recognized or not allowed by the authorization server.
To fix this error, you will need to verify that the scope being requested is valid and that it is allowed by the authorization server. Here are some steps you can take to troubleshoot and fix this error:
- Check the documentation for the authorization server to see what scopes are allowed and what they are used for. Make sure that you are requesting a valid scope that is allowed by the authorization server.
- Check the configuration of your application to make sure that you are requesting the correct scope. Make sure that you are not requesting a scope that is not allowed by the authorization server.
- If you are using a third-party library or framework to handle the OAuth flow, make sure that it is properly configured and that it is not requesting an invalid scope.
- If you are using a library or framework that allows you to customize the scope being requested, try removing any customizations and see if the error persists.
- If you are still experiencing the error after following these steps, you may want to check the logs of the authorization server to see if there are any additional details about the error. This can help you identify the cause of the problem and find a solution.
Most Common Oauth Errors
OAuth (Open Authorization) is an open standard for authorization that allows users to grant third-party applications access to their resources without sharing their passwords. OAuth is commonly used as a way for users to log in to third-party applications using their social media accounts (e.g., Facebook, Twitter, Google).
Some common OAuth errors that may occur include:
- "401 Unauthorized" error: This error occurs when the OAuth token provided is invalid or has expired.
- "403 Forbidden" error: This error occurs when the OAuth token provided does not have the necessary permissions to access the requested resource.
- "404 Not Found" error: This error occurs when the resource being accessed does not exist or has been deleted.
- "429 Too Many Requests" error: This error occurs when the rate limit for the OAuth token has been exceeded.
- "500 Internal Server Error" error: This error occurs when there is a problem with the server.
- "Invalid Client" error: This error occurs when the client ID or client secret provided is invalid.
- "Invalid Grant" error: This error occurs when the authorization code provided is invalid or has expired.
- "Invalid Request" error: This error occurs when the request is missing required parameters or the parameters are invalid.
- "Invalid Scope" error: This error occurs when the requested scope is invalid or exceeds the scope granted by the user.
- "Unauthorized Client" error: This error occurs when the client is not authorized to request an authorization code or access token.