401 error when clicking on the Achievements link

I have a user that gets a nasty 401 page (crossbones) when he clicks on the "Achievements" link on his user profile page. I don't see anything obvious. There is a message in the log about a time out connecting to marketplace.atlassian.com but I see that on my user and I can see the achievements page just fine. Any thoughts?


Howard Olson

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A 401 usually means that the system is trying to access a resource that the user does not have access to.

The "Achievements" tab is provided by the Badgr plugin, so I can't tell for sure what's going on.

I'm guessing that the plugin is trying to load commit details from a repository that the user doesn't have access to. For this to happen, the user in question would have to have commits in a repository that he has no permissions for in Stash?

Actually, there's an open issue for Badgr here: https://bitbucket.org/stefankohler/stash-badgr/issue/15/401-forbidden-on-achievements-view

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