I have been having this problem at least since yesterday, and I don't know what's going on. I have upgraded to the latest version (7.4.1) from 7.3.6 but the behavior is the same.
I'm on an issue (I have tried with 3 or 4 different ones, although all on the same project), then I click on the More button, then Link. The screen goes a shade darker, and a smaller rounded black square is displayed. This same transition is visible when doing some other actions, but the small square "grows" to the input screen. This doesn't happen on the Link action.
I have cleared Chrome cache, restarted the server, used another browser (Safari, I am on a Mac), upgraded Jira, reindexed, and nothing changes.
When the small black square is displayed, if I press "Esc" then the screen returns to normal, i.e., apparently there is some input screen displayed, but with no data visible.
Here is a screenshot of said square.
Any ideas on how to solve this?
- Edit -
I have checked the logs on the server and I don't see anything wrong there. Also, the health-check doesn't show anything wrong with the installation.
Working around some other issues, this same problem happens from time to time with some other actions, for instance, I just clicked on the "Start progress" button and it's displaying the same behavior (even when that transition doesn't have any input screen). Clicking on the View Workflow link makes this happen also.
I'm guessing there is something misconfigured (although this was working fine before and there was no change to anything on the installation, server nor anything like that) but I just can't see what.
The problem seems to be with the use of the ISAPI redirect method, using the Tomcat Connectors/Jakarta. Accessing Jira directly on the install port (8180, for instance) works fine. I have already updated the tomcat connector to the latest available version, 1.2.42 (I was on 1.2.40) but it is still failing.
We did receive your tweet. Once someone posts an answer to a question we lose visibility to it for the most part as you would unless you are watching it. To address the issue you're running into, initially you stated the following:
The problem seems to be with the use of the ISAPI redirect method, using the Tomcat Connectors/Jakarta. Accessing Jira directly on the install port (8180, for instance) works fine.
Connecting directly to the :port does work.
Based on the above, it appears you may be running into JRASERVER-64982. You can fix it by adjusting the max character limit for file paths on the IIS box using the instructions in JIRA elements fail to render with HTTP 400 error.
Please review JRASERVER-64982 and follow the steps in JIRA elements fail to render with HTTP 400 error. Once you have done that if you're set:
Going forward, if you need immediate assistance and you have a license that is beyond a starter license use that SEN and you will get to Standard Support as there has been a change to the Starter License Support structure per the blog post titled We're updating our support offering for server starter (10-user) licenses.
Thanks for the reply. I am at the moment restarting the server with the registry change and hopefully this will fix the issues.
I did see the changes for the support structure. It's not that it's not worth it (Jira is wonderful), but we are a very small team (5) so justifying paying 1,800 USD per year is going to be a hard sell for my team. Hopefully you can create some "per incident" fee or similart, or offer a "non starter" license for < 10 users that includes support as it did before.
It finished rebooting and now everything works as before. Thanks a lot for your help!!!
I'm very happy to hear that helped! I definitely understand the constraints of a small team. If you have any further questions please don't hesitate to reach out to the Community and if you have a Starter license we'll be made aware of the questions immediately. It may take a day to get back to you due to the volume of questions but use the Starter License to create a post and we'll be notified and help from there.
I have just tried directly from the server Jira is installed and it's exactly the same issue. I don't think it has anything to do with proxys or things like that.
In my office we just have a firewall (Sophos) and no proxy.
But now that I think of it, I do have a redirection of sorts: Jira is installed on the usual port, but I use the IsapiRedirect method to make it work as a subdomain. My installation is on IIS. By any chance you have the same?
I am trying connecting directly to the :port, instead the subdomain...
Ok, apparently the problem is caused by that. Connecting directly to the :port does work.
Now, I have been using Jira like this for... 2-3 years, without problems. And there was no change on the installation nor anything like that before this started to fail.
Here is a screenshot of the console after Reloading the page, clearing the console, and pressing the Link button:
The text of the console is the following (I couldn't post it as it triggered some spam detection and I couldn't post the Reply)
1. I am not sure what you mean "without middleware"? What is the middleware you are referring? Without the Tomcat Jakarta redirector, i.e., accessing directly the Jira installation on the configured port (8180) then there is no problem. That's what the previous post was comparing the calls actually. But I am not sure if you are talking about this or some other thing?
2. I've just tried in incognito mode in Chrome and it's exactly the same.
1. Yes, working without the Jakarta redirector is totally fine. Now, one week ago (or maybe days) it was working fine, and nothing changed inbetween, at least to my knowledge. At least not in the server. Maybe the Chrome version got updated, but that would be it.
2. The configuration is very simple:
# workers.properties.minimal -
# This file provides minimal jk configuration properties needed to
# connect to Tomcat.
# The workers that jk should create and work with.
# Defining a worker named worker1 and of type ajp13.
# Note that the name and the type do not have to match.
I am not sure where to check for the timeouts, cache or keepalive settings you mention.
I tried today changing the redirect from using the Jakarta connector to the IIS ARR/URL Rewrite and I get exactly the same behavior.
I followed the instructions here: https://confluence.atlassian.com/jirakb/integrating-jira-applications-with-iis-using-arr-313467089.html and everything works, except for this problem, that is the same with both.
It's getting very frustrating to have this problem, as a lot of needed forms/actions aren't usable at all. I can't Edit issues, for instance, as the same thing happens.
I tried changing the installation to NOT use the subdomain, but have it use the base URL of the :port configuration, but then several other stuff gets broken (for instance, the Activity Stream doesn't display anything, HipChat integrations are not working, and so on).
I tried to create a bug report but it redirects to the Support page, where it redirects here. So there is no way, apparently, to do anything except post here and hope that at some point, between all the questions, somebody from Atlassian is going to notice and interact with this.
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