After reInstall app, I see this message
There's no page at this address
Check the URL and try again, or use the search bar to find what you need
All ok locally, with ngrok tunnel.
Steps to reproduce the problem
The issue on Github: https://github.com/Shopify/shopify-app-node/issues/602
Shopify support have been investigating this for months but have not found an answer yet, we get this issue with all apps at the moment
Found a solution to this, it sounds like it is a issue/feature with Shopify App Bridge and it is related to
"Because the shopOrigin cookie is set during authentication, you'll need to re-authenticate your app in your store's admin" if you search that on the internet you get a bunch of results from different languages and systems all related to Shopify App Bridge
The solution is to access your app manually and having the shop-name as a single GET argument, like this
and this will make the app work again, at least it worked for me
Hey, it's been happening to me as I was trying install/uninstall and I have managed to understand why it may happen to some people:
If you uninstall the app while your code is not running, your app will not receive the `app/uninstalled` webhook and will not remove the shop tokens from the SESSION_STORAGE which is by default stored in a `database.sqlite` file. Then your app will detect your shop as already installed/registered (so no need to send you to the install screen) and will try to initialise the session with Shopify but Shopify will kill it because it's using old tokens.
The simple solution is to get in the `database.sqlite` and remove your shop's corresponding session, or just delete `database.sqlite` and restart your app.
This did not work for me, I cleared the session database locally and still got the same error, the only way to resolve it was to manually visit to Oauth URL of my app
Thanks for leaving this comment. Visiting the Oauth URL worked for me after about 2 hours spent on it... In case it helps someone else, the auth URL is
Replacing the obvious parts of the URL with yours.
I realized that I was getting that error because the name of the app was the same as the name of an app that i had installed previously.
I solved this by simply changing the name of the app from. `micro-app` to `micro-app2`.
once `micro-app2` was installed, then I tried to install `micro-app` again, and it work fine
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