Can't grab the object

the code works fine , I have outputed logs everywhere to see if the code is not running in some place but nothing.

when i press play i can see the object grabbed output but the object doesnt even move even if i try to move it by pushing it.

Grabber.cpp

// Fill out your copyright notice in the Description page of Project Settings.


#include "Grabber.h"
#define OUT //marking out params

// Sets default values for this component's properties
UGrabber::UGrabber()
{
	// Set this component to be initialized when the game starts, and to be ticked every frame.  You can turn these features
	// off to improve performance if you don't need them.
	PrimaryComponentTick.bCanEverTick = true;

	// ...
}


// Called when the game starts
void UGrabber::BeginPlay()
{
	Super::BeginPlay();

	// Physics Handle
	CheckPhysicsComponent();

	// Input Component
	CheckInputComponent();
}


// Called every frame
void UGrabber::TickComponent(float DeltaTime, ELevelTick TickType, FActorComponentTickFunction* ThisTickFunction)
{
	Super::TickComponent(DeltaTime, TickType, ThisTickFunction);


	if (!PhysicsHandle) return;
	//set location of the grabbed component
	if (PhysicsHandle->GrabbedComponent) {
		PhysicsHandle->SetTargetLocation(GetLineEndPoint());
		//UE_LOG(LogTemp, Warning, TEXT("location set %s!"), *PhysicsHandle->GrabbedComponent->GetName());
	}
}



// CHECKER FUNCTIONS -------------

void UGrabber::CheckPhysicsComponent() {
	PhysicsHandle = Cast<UPhysicsHandleComponent>(GetOwner()->GetComponentByClass(UPhysicsHandleComponent::StaticClass()));
	if (PhysicsHandle == nullptr) {
		UE_LOG(LogTemp, Error, TEXT("this object doesnt have a physics handle, please add physics handle !"));
	}
}

void UGrabber::CheckInputComponent() {
	InputComponent = Cast<UInputComponent>(GetOwner()->GetComponentByClass(UInputComponent::StaticClass()));
	if (InputComponent) {
		UE_LOG(LogTemp, Warning, TEXT("COMPONENT FOUND!"));

		//InputActions
		InputComponent->BindAction("GrabButton", IE_Pressed, this, &UGrabber::Grab);
		InputComponent->BindAction("ReleaseButton", IE_Released, this, &UGrabber::Release);
	}
	else {
		UE_LOG(LogTemp, Warning, TEXT("this object doesnt have an Input component handle, please add physics handle !"));
	}
}



// FUNCTIONS ----------------------
void UGrabber::Grab() {
	UE_LOG(LogTemp, Warning, TEXT("Button Pressed !"));
	
	// Get Body in reach
	FHitResult HitResult = GetFirstObjectWithPhysicsBody();

	// Grabbing Logic 
	if (HitResult.GetActor()) {
		UPrimitiveComponent* ComponentToGrab = HitResult.GetComponent();

		PhysicsHandle->GrabComponent(
			ComponentToGrab,
			NAME_None,
			ComponentToGrab->GetOwner()->GetActorLocation(),
			true);
		UE_LOG(LogTemp, Warning, TEXT("objectGrabbed"));
	}
}

void UGrabber::Release() {
	UE_LOG(LogTemp, Warning, TEXT("Button Released !"));
	PhysicsHandle->ReleaseComponent();
}

FHitResult UGrabber::GetFirstObjectWithPhysicsBody() {
	
	//ray casting
	FHitResult Hit;
	FCollisionQueryParams TraceParams(FName(TEXT("")), false, GetOwner());

	GetWorld()->LineTraceSingleByObjectType(
		OUT Hit,
		GetLineStartPoint(),
		GetLineEndPoint(),
		FCollisionObjectQueryParams(ECollisionChannel::ECC_PhysicsBody),
		TraceParams
	);

	return Hit;
}


// UTILITY
FVector UGrabber::GetLineEndPoint()
{
	GetWorld()->GetFirstPlayerController()->GetPlayerViewPoint(
		OUT PlayerLocation,
		OUT PlayerRotation);

	return PlayerLocation + PlayerRotation.Vector() * Reach;
	
}

FVector UGrabber::GetLineStartPoint()
{
	FVector PlayerViewPointLocation;
	FRotator PlayerViewPointRotation;
	GetWorld()->GetFirstPlayerController()->GetPlayerViewPoint(
		OUT PlayerViewPointLocation,
		OUT PlayerViewPointRotation
	);
	return PlayerLocation;
}

I’m just about to do that part in the course, but does the object you are trying to move need to be set to “movable”?

yes , it is set to movable but even with that option ticked it doesnt move until i push it, and i had some problems with spheres they seem to get pushed away after grabbing them once

Just so I understand the situation better, could you show a video of this?