(Node.js, Passport, Google OAuth) After google oauth login with Passport.js, subsequent api request doesn't send cookie along (only deployment)

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Hi team,

I have deployed an app through netlify : https://my-recipe-note-app.netlify.app/

I have attached google oauth login and it seems I have successfully receive set-cookie header and cookie set after google callback api.
However, after receiving cookies, subsequent api request (api/current_user) has to send along cookie toward backend but it is omitting cookie. On localhost it works fine but after frontend deployment it doesn’t work.
When I send request directly toward backend, it also works fine so I guess it is problem from client side after deployment.

here is my frontend repository(public) GitHub - YeonhaPark/my-recipe-note-front: frontend for my recipe note project

here is my backend cookie setup source code


import express from 'express';
import cors from 'cors';
import cookieSession from 'cookie-session';
import passport from 'passport';
import morgan from 'morgan'; // 사용자에게 받은 요청에 대해 매번 console해줄 필요 없이 자동으로 로그 생성 https://github.com/expressjs/morgan
import helmet from 'helmet'; // 공통적으로 보안에 필요한 헤더들을 추가해줌
import 'express-async-errors';
import postRouter from './router/post.js';
import tagRouter from './router/tag.js';
import authRouter from './router/auth.js';
import { config } from './config.js';
import db from './models/index.js';
import './services/passport.js';

const app = express();
const whitelist = [

const corsOptions = {
  origin: whitelist,
  credentials: true,
  sameSite: 'none',
  secure: true,
    'X-Requested-With, X-HTTP-Method-Override, Content-Type, Accept',

app.set('trust proxy', 1);
    maxAge: 30 * 24 * 60 * 60 * 1000, // how long this cookie could exist in browser
    keys: [config.auth.cookieKey],

app.use(express.urlencoded({ extended: false }));

app.use('/', authRouter);
app.use('/recipes', postRouter);
app.use('/tags', tagRouter);

app.use((req, res, next) => {

app.use((err, req, res, next) => {
db.sequelize.sync().then(() => {
  console.log(`Server started...${new Date()}`);


import passport from 'passport';
import express from 'express';

const router = express.Router();

  passport.authenticate('google', {
    scope: ['profile', 'email'],

  passport.authenticate('google', {
    successRedirect: `${process.env.CORS_ALLOW_ORIGIN}/main`,
    failureRedirect: `${process.env.CORS_ALLOW_ORIGIN}/login`,

router.get('/api/logout', (req, res) => {

router.get('/api/current_user', (req, res) => {

export default router;


import passport from 'passport';
import { Strategy as GoogleStrategy } from 'passport-google-oauth20';
import { config } from '../config.js';
import db from '../models/index.js';

const { User } = db;
const { auth } = config;
const { googleClientId, googleClientSecret } = auth;

passport.serializeUser((user, done) => {
  console.log('serialize user called', user);
  return done(null, user.id);

// turn id into user model instance
passport.deserializeUser((id, done) => {
  console.log('deserialize user calleld');
  User.findOne({ where: { id } }).then((user) => {
    return done(null, user);

  new GoogleStrategy(
      clientID: googleClientId,
      clientSecret: googleClientSecret,
      callbackURL: '/auth/google/callback',
      proxy: true,
    (accessToken, refreshToken, profile, done) => {
      User.findOne({ where: { googleId: profile.id } }).then((existingUser) => {
        if (existingUser) {
          console.log('existing user', existingUser);
          done(null, existingUser);
        } else {
          // make a new record
          console.log('new user');
          new User({ googleId: profile.id })
            .then((user) => done(null, user));

I also have set netlify related files but it doesn’t work

/api/* https://my-recipe-note-back.herokuapp.com/:splat 200

Is it something related with netlify settings ? What would be the reason that blocks the cookie?

Hey there, @YeonhaPark :wave:

Thanks for your patience, and welcome to the Netlify Forums! I want to assure you we have not forgotten about your question. For transparency, I have looped in the relevant team at Netlify and a member of Support will follow up once we have some next steps for you.

Thanks :netlisparkles:

Hey @YeonhaPark,

Sorry for the delay here. Is there a test account that we can have to test this?