AuthSdkError using the Okta Sign-in Widget

I’m just getting started using the Okta Sign-in Widget, and am having trouble following along with the examples.

Specifically I am trying to follow the examples that specify response types of “token”. The documentation also refers to a responseType of “access_token”, but that isn’t shown in any of the examples so I’m not sure if it’s a typo.

The specific error I am having is that in the “success” callback there is code that looks like either this

oktaSignIn.renderEl(
        { el: '#okta-login-container' },
        function success(res) {
            if (res.status !== 'SUCCESS') {
                return;
            }
            // Store the tokens in the TokenManager in the order requested
            oktaSignIn.tokenManager.add('accessToken', res[0])
            oktaSignIn.tokenManager.add('idToken', res[1])
            
            return;
        }, etcetera

or possibly this

oktaSignIn.renderEl(
        { el: '#okta-login-container' },
        function success(res) {
            if (res.status !== 'SUCCESS') {
                return;
            }
            // Store the single token in the TokenManager
            oktaSignIn.tokenManager.add('accessToken', res)
            
            return;
        }, etcetera

The error reported in the browser console occurs on the oktaSignIn.tokenManager.add call, and looks like this:

AuthSdkError: Token must be an Object with scopes, expiresAt, and an idToken or accessToken properties

The code that I used to create the authorization was a straight copy from the quickstart page

    var oktaSignIn = new OktaSignIn({
        baseUrl: "https://my-domain.oktapreview.com",
        clientId: "my client id here",
        authParams: {
            issuer: "https://my-domain.oktapreview.com/oauth2/default",
            responseType: 'token',
            responseMode: 'query',
            scopes: ['openid', 'profile', 'email']
        }
    });

For grins I also tried responseType: ‘access_token’ because who knows.

Any thoughts? Can’t find any hits in this forum, or anywhere else, on AuthSdkError.

Okay, never mind, it was just a newbie user error. I neglected to enable the correct permissions when I created the application definition during setup. Once I allowed the “implicit” types the AuthSdkError went away.