React router render not getting props

React router render not getting props

My application requires users to authenticate before they can access specific routes. For this, I am trying to follow react-router's&nbsp;<a href="" target="_blank">auth-workflow example</a>.

My application requires users to authenticate before they can access specific routes. For this, I am trying to follow react-router's auth-workflow example.


 // Private Route
 import PrivateRoute from "../containers/PrivateRoute";

export default ( <Switch> <Route path="/login" component={Login} exact={true}/> <Route path="/changePassword" component={ChangePassword} exact={true}/> <PrivateRoute path="/groups" component={ListGroups} exact={true}/> <Route path="/verify" component={VerificationCode} exact={true}/> <Route component={NoMatch}/> </Switch> );


import { connect } from "react-redux";
import { bindActionCreators } from "redux";

import PrivateRoute from "../routes/PrivateRoute";

const mapStateToProps = (state) => { return { jwtTokens: state.auth.jwtTokens, email:, isAuthenticated: state.auth.isAuthenticated }; };

const mapDispatchToProps = (dispatch) => { return bindActionCreators({}, dispatch); };

export default connect( mapStateToProps, mapDispatchToProps )(PrivateRoute);


export default function PrivateRoute({ component: Component, }) {
    return (
            render={(props) => {
                return (props.isAuthenticated) ? (
                    <Component {...props} />
                ) : (
                            pathname: "/login",
                            state: {
                                from: props.location

When debugging in Chrome DevTools, when entering the render function, I am not getting the full values as I am in rest. Screenshots below represent my debugging in Chrome and the values I can see at each stage:

In the image above, I can see the values; jwtTokens, isAuthenticated, and email. To my knowledge from following examples, using the spread operator on rest is how I pass the values to render as a param. The next screenshot shows this is not the case:

I am able to simply use the rest param to access the properties but shouldn't I be just as easily be able to access the same values from props as well?

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