Ajax post call authorization error.

I recently upgraded from 4.2 (to 5.0), and now a gadget that I made is no longer working.

The part of the gadget that is not working is the ajax post call to a .jsp page.

var myStuff = "ActionType=GetListOfUsers&EventID=&User=&JiraKey=&Comments=&StartTime=&EndTime=";







success: function(msg){

// This is not returning value

// Instead I get the Error below:


error:function (xhr, ajaxOptions, thrownError){

alert("Error: " + xhr.status);




You are not authorized to perform this operation. Please try to <a href='/login.jsp?os_destination=%2FMyGadget%2FCalendarEditTestV3.jsp'>log in

Is there a setting in jira to allow for this?

I already have

Accept remote API calls set to true

As well, i have the

jira.websudo.is.disabled = true

Any help would be greatly appreciated. Thank you.

Other things I've tried include:


1 answer

Ok, this was a non issue. It was making the call successfully and the issue was on the JSP page (the user tables changed in the jiradb from 4.2 to 5.0)

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