Hey everyone, we're having very frustrating issues with tokens, cookies, and all sorts of things while using JIRA and Confluence. One of the most visible issues is that almost every time we open up a ticket, the first edit we do to it (changing the status, resolving, editing descriptions, fields,) an error appears:
XSRF Security Token Missing
JIRA cold not complete this action due to a missing form token.
You may have cleared your browser cookies, which could have resulted in the expiry of your form token. A new form token has been reissued.
Request URL: /secure/AjaxIssueAction.jspa
The original input has been captured and you can retry the operation.
Now i know I can use the link the window provides to turn of form token checking, which should fix this issue, but I want to actually tackle the root cause here in case it's related to some of the other issues we've been having with cookies and users being signed out. What might be causing this? Recently we reinstalled confluence (installed on the same server as JIRA,) in order to switch the database it uses, and then we switched JIRA's database using the GUI included (now why couldn't Confluence have just used that??) and I'm wondering if the roundabout way we had to do that may have led to some of these issues, as the problems began not long after that. Anyone have any ideas?
EDIT: Quick point, clicking "retry" will work, and the issue won't reappear again for that user for a little while.
Sounds like they are installed both at the root context but on different ports? If that happens cookies keep overwriting each other. Put one at /jira, and the other at /confluence.
Then ideally use apache or nginx to make them both appear on port 80.
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