I have a number of tabs in my web browser (Firefox) which I use for quick reference.
When I start up Firefox in the morning:
If I try to use any page which appears as it did before then I may get shunted to a normal login page (depending on where I were).
If I try to login on a tab which appears as our normal login page (using the saved details filled in by Firefox), then it just shows the login page again having blanked the user and password fields. If I refresh the page before pressing the login button however, then it logs in as expected and returns yuo to the page you were on before.
The standard Jira login page just errors when you try to log in, but if you log in in another window refresh and repost the data then it gets you back to where you were.
This all seems very counterintuitive and is a lot to remember, is it expected behaviour or does our Jira instance have configuration issues? Why does refreshing the page before trying to log in make a difference?
Some additional information:
This looks to me like RapidBoard is redirectling to a standard login page, while Dashboard is redirecting to the local organisation single sign-on.
If it makes any difference, we are on GreenHopper (v6.1.1) & JIRA (v5.0#713-sha1:aec58e2).
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