How to use the msal.LogLevel function in msal

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github AzureAD / microsoft-authentication-library-for-js / samples / MsalAngularjsDemoApp / app.js View on Github external
window.applicationConfig = {
    clientID: '883bb2bc-6548-4906-b842-17014a0601a1',
    consentScopes: [""],
    webApiEndpoint: "",
    webApiScopes: ['api://a88bb933-319c-41b5-9f04-eff36d985612/access_as_user'],
    userProfileEndpoint: "",
    userProfileScopes: [""],

var protectedResourceMap = new Map();
protectedResourceMap.set(applicationConfig.webApiEndpoint, applicationConfig.webApiScopes);
protectedResourceMap.set(applicationConfig.userProfileEndpoint, applicationConfig.userProfileScopes);

var logger = new Msal.Logger(loggerCallback, {level: Msal.LogLevel.Verbose, correlationId: '12345'});

function loggerCallback(logLevel, message, piiEnabled) {

if (window !== window.parent && !window.opener) {
    angular.module('todoApp', ['ui.router', 'MsalAngular'])
        .config(['$httpProvider', 'msalAuthenticationServiceProvider','$locationProvider', function ($httpProvider, msalProvider,$locationProvider) {
                clientID: applicationConfig.clientID,
                authority: '',
                tokenReceivedCallback: function (errorDesc, token, error, tokenType) {
                optionalParams: {
                    cacheLocation: 'localStorage',
                    logger: logger,