After installing the add-on and configuring an IP address without choosing to white- or blacklist the IP, i t became impossible to do a login in Jira.
yes there should be a way to do it. You have to identify the server config table in your database.
This table is named AO_<hash>_SERVER_CONFIG while <hash> is a 6 digit hash value. (e.g. AO_1D83D9_SERVER_CONFIG).
In this table you will find one record, containing the config for the plugin. And there should be a column called two_factor_auth_active, or something a like. Set the value to false. After starting Jira, the plugin should be disabled and you should be able to login with username and password.
I have multiple projects that use variations of the same base workflow. The variations depend on the requirements of the project or issue type. The variations mostly come in the form of new statuses ...
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