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How to Fix "Nuxt Instance Unavailable" Error
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If you are using Nuxt 3, you probably already encountered the "Nuxt Instance Unavailable" error. What is it, and how to fix it?
You probably received this error in middleware or plugin, which includes
await code in a
try/catch block. For example:
The error happens because the compiler lost the Nuxt context in the
try/catch block. Nuxt 3 internally uses
navigateTo() to work without directly passing
nuxtApp to them.
unjs/unctx transformation to automatically restore context is buggy with
try/catch statements containing
await. It is a known issue in Nuxt 3.7 and will hopefully be fixed in future updates.
The solution is to use the
Try to create a reproduction and report it to the Nuxt team if you have to use this method in your project. This helps the framework team to solve the issue at the framework level.
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