GraphQL Federation Uploading File - This operation has been blocked as a potential Cross-Site Request Forgery (CSRF)

 I try to upload images to Cloudflare R2 bucket. But when I upload a file on Client side, this file comes to Gateway successfully. After this step, it doesn't go to subgraph and gives this error on devtools;


Based on the information provided, it's difficult to determine the root cause of the issue you're experiencing. However, there are a few potential reasons that could be causing this error.

  1. Incorrect Cloudflare API credentials: Make sure that you have provided the correct API credentials in your code. If the credentials are incorrect, Cloudflare will not be able to authenticate the request, and you will receive an error message.

  2. Insufficient permissions: Check that the API credentials have the required permissions to upload files to your Cloudflare R2 bucket. If the credentials do not have the required permissions, you will not be able to upload files successfully.

  3. Network connectivity issues: Check your network connectivity to ensure that you are able to connect to the Cloudflare R2 bucket. If there are network connectivity issues, you may not be able to upload files successfully.

  4. Code errors: There could be an issue with the code that you're using to upload the files to the Cloudflare R2 bucket. Review your code and ensure that it is correctly configured.

To troubleshoot this issue, I would recommend reviewing your code and API credentials to ensure that they are correct. You can also check the Cloudflare R2 bucket documentation for further guidance on troubleshooting upload issues. Additionally, you can reach out to Cloudflare support for assistance in resolving this issue.


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