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The method used to perform the login action is ParseUser.logInInBackground(), which requires as many arguments as the strings of username and password, and may call a callback function. Note: After signing up, login is performed automatically.
· The code I posted above is a way to replace the parse-express-cookie-session middleware and will only work with your server side code, i.e. your expressjs routes.. For your cloud code (cloud functions, afterSave, beforeSave etc) you need to make the request with the header X-Parse-Session-Token to get the req.user object. When you said $.post I assume you are using jQuery?
Requires Parse Server 4.3.0+ You may pass a context dictionary that is accessible in Cloud Code beforeSave and afterSave triggers for that Parse.Object. This is useful if you want to condition certain operations in Cloud Code triggers on ephemeral information that should not be saved with the Parse.Object in the database.
For normal user login with the /parse/ login endpoint, the Parse Cloud will set the automatically-created Session object’s installationId to the X-Parse-Installation-Id header passed on the login or signup request.