error: JIRA could not attach the file as there was a missing token. Please try attaching the file again. It happens on Google Chrome today.
This happens when there's a network error, or timeout. The easiest way to replicate it is to leave the computer for a while and then try the action - your tokens expire. Sometimes, it can happen when you're trying to upload too large a file as well.
Have you tried it again yet? If you did, what happened?
"leave the computer for awhile and then try"
OMG, so let's define "awhile". A minute? An Hour"? A day?. Do I leave the computer and go sit in another room or do I have to leave the building? Or can I just throw a blanket over it so it thinks I left. Maybe I could leave it at Atlassian headquarter and they could fix it.
Hi Nic, I was wondering what you'd advise if a user has experienced the same issue in multiple browsers, using various different files and a number of different tickets? Cache has been cleared, the user has logged in and out of JIRA...nothing basic seems to work.
And she didn't leave her machine for a while either...literally fired up a new browser, logged into JIRA, tried to attach a file...and got the same error.
Any new information on this? I just encountered it while testing JIRA 7.13. In my case, this was while trying to attach a file in the "Create Issue" screen. There's no way that I know of to "refresh" that dialog - so I completed the Create process and attached it later - but my users aren't going to like having a field for attaching documents for submission and seeing that error. It's just a wee bit off-putting.
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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