You should be returning the
But you are for some reason wrapping the
JsonResponse on another
$body = [ 'auth_token' => $jwt, ]; $json = new JsonResponse($body); $json->setStatusCode(201, "Created"); return $json;
I assumue you are calling
setStatusCode() because you want to set some type of custom text to the response header. But if you are setting the default "Created", you can simply set the status code when instantiating the
return new JsonResponse($payload, Response::HTTP_CREATED);
JsonResponse object already extends
Response, it's simply a convenient way to create a response with
application/json Content-Type headers, and to automatically encode to JSON whatever payload you want to return.
Same as @yivi answer but you can set the status code directly on the constructor
$body = [ 'auth_token' => $jwt, ]; return new JsonResponse($body, Response::HTTP_CREATED);
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