Hello I keep getting a couple of errors on the JIRA CLOUD service desk, saying "token missing" "failed to fetch data""cannot find default template" ,
i have reset my internet memory cache and this does not resolve the issue
Sorry to hear about this error. I understand that you have already tried to clear your cache as a means to resolve this problem without success. I would like to try to understand more about this problem so that we can better help here.
XSRF errors are most commonly due to browser or environmental issues. The error you're seeing indicates that a browser security token that is required is not present, so it could potentially be something that's being stripped or expired prematurely by the browser itself. I would be interested to learn more about the specifics of your browser and environment to see if perhaps changing any of these might provide different results.
Please let me know.
Its when trying to transitioning an issue,
This happens every time, when clicking on the "retry button" it will process it, but obviously it shouldn't keep coming up.
using Chrome Version:
Google Chrome is up to dateVersion 79.0.3945.130 (Official Build) (64-bit)
Thanks for that info. I would be interested to see if you can reproduce this problem when using a different browser, say Firefox OR when using a different machine.
Is there anyone else in your Jira Cloud site that is having this same problem? Or does this appear to be isolated to your account here? Curious to see if there is something more we can do to help here. Typically these kinds of errors are isolated to a specific environment.
Is there any browser extension or process in Chrome that might be clearing the cookie/cache here while you're using the Jira Cloud site? I ask because this error tends to happen when your browser session is suddenly missing one of the cookies expected.
Let me know.
I have tried using Internet Explorer, it wont work, can only use chrome as restricted through my companies server and web proxy, being only allowed to use either Chrome (default) or IE.
We use thin clients connected through a server using VM's, nobody that im aware of has this issue, including my IT manager.
I have the same problem reported by Ryan. I see that the same problem has been logged here:
Did you find a solution? I am using Google Chrome too.
Took another look at this situation, and I found a few other support cases where users have reported this same kind of behavior. In those cases, we found that the network environment of those locations might not have all the IP addresses and/or domains that Atlassian has stated need to be accessible to use all features in Jira Cloud. We have a list of these over in Atlassian Cloud IP Ranges and Domains.
In addition to the Atlassian list, there is also a Cloudflare, and AWS list that should all be whitelisted from your network in order for Jira Cloud to work as expected. What I suspect is that users that see this error are typically connected to a network that is in someway restricting their access to one or more of these addresses. In which case, you will likely want to forward that link to your network adminstrator so that they can configure any outbound proxy or firewall that might be restricting your network traffic here to resolve this.
I hope this helps.
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