So today I updated Jira and all applications to the newest Version. So i updated from version 8.20.2 to verison 8.22.3 and after update of jira software i updated jira service Management as well. Before the update i checked the plugins and updated them as well, so that they are compatible, as described in the kb article before upgrading.
After i updated everyhting and checked if everything is working i got 2 Problems now. When i open a Ticket that was made by a customer and click on "assign to me" the page gets faded and nothing happens. I can then reload the page and the ticket is assigned to me. After that, i want to add a comment or answer the customer. But when i click the button "respond to customer" the page again just fades out and shows the loading screen. I cannot answer my customer and i also cannot answer via the "comments" section below the issue that was oppened by the customer. What have i done wrong or where can i start to see what causes the problem?
Please find attached 2 screenshots to see my problem.
it seems that Service Management 5 is not working with jira 8.22.3. So i updated again today with the service management package for linux and updated jira core to version 9. After that i updated jira software to version 9 in the applications and reindexed everything. Now it works again. Thanks for all your help.
Hi @v_tm ,
Hi @Rilwan Ahmed ,
thanks for your answer. Let me answer your questions:
1. Yes the issue is in different browsers and incognito mode as well
2. when i try to activate "safe mode" it says that an unexpected error occured. Further information are in the logs
3. I did exakt what you wrote. Still no reponds from my customer or the ability to answer the tickets
4. Yes i reindexed now 10 times or more. Did not help either.
Do you have any other suggestions?
Hello @Rilwan Ahmed ,
so it seems that jira could disable all plugins except one called: Advanced Roadmaps fpr Jira. So i disabled it manually. After disabling all plugins i reindexed again but that did not help either. So i think it is not a problem of a plugin. I only have a few plugins installed.
I also suggest to open a ticket with Atlassian Support as informed by @Joseph Chung Yin
I think the best way on troubleshooting this issue is formally submit a support request to Atlassian Support (https://support.atlassian.com) with your support zip as an attachment. They will be able to evaluate the logs for you.
When generating the log files for the support zip, you should try to reproduce your issues, and then generate the support zips. If you want to access the log files on your end without Atlassian's support, you should look into the atlassian-jira.log for possible errors message.
Lastly, have you try to bounce the system to see if the restart will resolve your issue?
Hope this helps.
Best, Joseph Chung Yin
Jira/JSM Functional Lead, Global Infrastructure Applications Team
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