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All .js & .css (.vm) rendered twice on search issue page

We have a Jira server app named "UpRaise for Employee Success".
In this app, we have added a web-panel on Jira issue details page.
We have noticed our page is rendered twice on the "search" issue page.
So, all js and CSS are loaded twice, as well as initial calls made from react to fetch data to show in our web panel, are fired twice.
Steps to reproduce this issue,
1. Go to "Issues -> Search for issues" and click on any issue in the search result on left-hand panel
2. Check network response all js and CSS are rendered once e.g vendors~app.8339f357.chunk.css
3. Then click on other issue & again click on the first issue then observer vendors~app.8339f357.chunk.css rendered twice
Please note that this issue is not reproducible from the issue details page. The problem is only with the search issue page.
Please see attached screenshot & issue.har file for more info.

1 answer

Have you found a workaround? I am facing the same error, and specifically in search issue page as you mention.

It has been reported as a bug before (JRASERVER-42752) , and there seems to be no definite/agreed solution for it.

PS: It seems your attachments have not been uploaded.

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