Maybe you can come up with any idea how to configure JIRA, so the page is reloading to loginpage when logout is triggered without a user reload the page?
1. User timed out from JIRA.
2. The page is still the same (where the user was when leaving the computer/JIRA) until the user click somewhere in the JIRA Window. The user can be away from computer a long time, then cookies are not cleaned.
3. The user reloads the page and are logged out (gets permission violation). But when clicking on Agile menu (JIRA Agile) or Test Sessions (JIRA Capture), the user are still logged in to JIRA i.e. If JIRA is timed out, and a user is clicking on "Agile" after timeout, before reload. The user is still logged in to JIRA (without login to JIRA again).
---- What we want is that the page is changed to logout page automaticly and directly after timeout. And it is the first time netscaler is logged out and cookies are cleaned!
We want the step "reload page"/change to logout page/back to login page be triggered directly, without user doing anything after timeout, since the user will be away from computer for a long time.
You need to look at what the request looks like when the session has expired. I am not familiar with the JIRA platform, but if it uses a cookie with an expiry time set, then the browser should not send the cookie once it has expired. You can tell NetScaler that if this cookie doesnt exist, then redirect the users request to the login page.
The config below will do just that.
add responder action redirect-to-login redirect "\"http://www.site.com/login.htm\""
add responder policy If-JIRA-session-Expires "http.REQ.COOKIE.CONTAINS(\"JIRA-Cookie\").NOT" redirect-to-login
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