Problem with login


#1

I’m running 1.3.71 and DBIx-SearchBuilder-0.30. I can login fine, but as soon
as I try to click on any
of the links I get sent back to the login screen. When I enter my login and
password again it takes me
to the link I originally clicked on. Repeat unto extreme frustration. This
install started out as with 1.3.70
and DBIx-SearchBuilder-0.30 and all was working fine. The trouble began when I
upgraded. I’ve tried
totally removing RT and reinstalling (Leaving the DB intact), no go. I’ve tried
downgrading SearchBuilder to 0.26,
no go. I’ve tried every combination of these two that I can think of.

One other bit of data, nothing seems to be written to the sessiondata directory.
This I would guess is a
bad thing. Any hints or tips? We’ve been using rt for a week or so now and
everything has been fine
until now…

Mike Miller


#2

Is your browser being asked to set a cookie by RT? That doesn’t
sound like it should have anything to do with the upgrade, except
maybe file permissions getting screwed up on your session data dir.
did you restart apache after the upgrade?

    -jOn Fri, May 11, 2001 at 05:04:09PM -0700, Michael Miller wrote:

I’m running 1.3.71 and DBIx-SearchBuilder-0.30. I can login fine, but as soon
as I try to click on any
of the links I get sent back to the login screen. When I enter my login and
password again it takes me
to the link I originally clicked on. Repeat unto extreme frustration. This
install started out as with 1.3.70
and DBIx-SearchBuilder-0.30 and all was working fine. The trouble began when I
upgraded. I’ve tried
totally removing RT and reinstalling (Leaving the DB intact), no go. I’ve tried
downgrading SearchBuilder to 0.26,
no go. I’ve tried every combination of these two that I can think of.

One other bit of data, nothing seems to be written to the sessiondata directory.
This I would guess is a
bad thing. Any hints or tips? We’ve been using rt for a week or so now and
everything has been fine
until now…

Mike Miller


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