I've been working on this for the past couple of days now and have gotten nowhere. I'm unable to use my service desk because the permissions are incorrect but when I try to go to the edit permissions page to remove the problem permission the page is blank. The faulty permission is
When I go to the permissions page the server also gives a Null Pointer Exception in the catilina.out log file.
I've tried deleting it from the database, editing the permissions xml file, reinstalling JIRA Service Desk and nothing works. Has anyone else had this much trouble with this issue and any suggestions. I'm using JIRA Software 7.2.1 and Service Desk 3.2.1 .
It is possible that Service Desk has not started or been installed properly. Few things to check:
>>Check to see if all Service Desk modules are running, this is done in the Jira admin -> manage add-ons -> (here select All Add-ons) then look for anything with Service Desk in the name and see if anything is disabled
>> Go into the database and run select * from pluginstate;
checking for any plugins that are disabled in the database.
Restarting Jira may fix this as it will restart the service desk plugins if they aren't started, but if they are actually disabled we'll need to enable them before starting back up
>>What you see when you expand the project sidebar
>>What you see when clicking Request Types
>>From the list of permissions, do you see a Service Desk Agent permission (should be right below Manage Sprints)?
>>What you see from Administration -> Applications -> Versions & licenses page
>>From Administration -> Applications -> Application access page, do you have application access to SD?
Checking reported issues, I saw one Service desk customer experienced very similar symptoms, getting the blank page, the null pointer exception in the log and the error about the "Unknown security type (sd.customer.portal.only)"... and then issue got resolved after Jira Restart, Perhaps in their case, it was as simple as Service Desk was not properly enabled so by restarting JIRA it has been enabled and working again.
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