How to use the msal.LogLevel.Verbose function in msal

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github syncweek-react-aad / react-aad / sample / src / authProvider.js View on Github external
redirectUri: window.location.origin,
      validateAuthority: true,

      // After being redirected to the "redirectUri" page, should user
      // be redirected back to the Url where their login originated from?
      navigateToLoginRequestUrl: false,
    // Enable logging of MSAL events for easier troubleshooting.
    // This should be disabled in production builds.
    system: {
      logger: new Logger(
        (logLevel, message, containsPii) => {
          console.log('[MSAL]', message);
          level: LogLevel.Verbose,
          piiLoggingEnabled: false,
    cache: {
      cacheLocation: 'sessionStorage',
      storeAuthStateInCookie: true,
    scopes: ['openid'],
    loginType: LoginType.Popup,
    // When a token is refreshed it will be done by loading a page in an iframe.
    // Rather than reloading the same page, we can point to an empty html file which will prevent