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[BAMBOO] Unable to add requirement to build plan


I'm facing an error when trying to add requirement to my build plan.
When I try to add requirement, it just infinite load, and in my console I see this error :


When I try to reach this link directly, I have no issue, it just print a empty array in text plain.

I also look in my bamboo log and see this when I add requirements.

[XsrfResourceFilter] Additional XSRF checks failed for request: http://BAMBOO_URL/rest/api/latest/config/job/TEST-PYT-JOB1/requirement , origin: BAMBOO_URL , referrer: BAMBOO_URL/build/admin/edit/defaultBuildRequirement.action , credentials in request: true , allowed via CORS: false

I'm also facing this problem when I try to dedicate agent to a specific build.
I specify that my bamboo installation is dockerize and I'm using remote dockerize agent.

Can someone help me out ?

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Hello @Arnault DLB welcome to the community :)

Before we can go a bit further, I have some questions:

  • What version of Bamboo are you currently using?
  • Do you use integration with Crowd or other User Directory?
  • Are you logged-in with a new/recently created user?


Hello @Victor Debone 

Thank you for your quick answer !

Regarding your questions:

  • I use Bamboo Server 6.8.0
  • Users are integrated with Crowd from our Jira Server
  • I'm logged-in with the Admin User created during the installation


Ok! Does this Admin User contains an email in Crowd?

We use Jira as a Crowd server and the admin user has an email but I don't really understand your request...

Hello @Victor Debone ,

So would you have any idea how to solve my problem?

Thank you in advance!

Hello @Arnault DLB

My first request was to remove doubts that this might be related to this bug which is fixed for 6.9.0. 

I haven't managed to run any tests on this yet, but may I ask if you are using any proxy in front of Bamboo? 

Hello @Victor Debone

This bug is only occur on Oracle Database, we are using Postgres.
Only Nginx is running as a reverse-proxy in front of Bamboo

The reverse-proxy rings a bell, this is the CORS filter blocking requests from a different domain.

You need to configure Tomcat to handle these connections, you can find more details here

Please let me know if that helped you, and if yes, I will bring this to our documentation.


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Hello @Victor Debone


Indeed, it was Tomcat that was incorrectly setup.

Thank you so much for your help!


Arnault DLB

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Glad to help! :)

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Thank you @Victor Debone it helped me on my 8.1.3 installation.

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