Redirect to http://myserver/HASH(0x7ff4be51d608) after login

Hello,

I’ve just upgraded from 4.0.6 to 4.0.9. Now, after I log in as a user,
rt redirects to a url with the pattern:

https://ticket.my.domain/HASH(0x7ff4be51d608)

When I hit [Homepage], I get my “RT at a glance” page, and everything
appears to work as normal. I’ve got a few extensions and
customisations in place, including ExternAuth 0.11. That may be
implicated because the redirect works properly when I log in as root.

I’ve turned the logging up to 11, but I couldn’t see any obvious
problems. I couldn’t see where the code to implement this redirection
actually lives. Where should I look to start tracking this down?

Thanks,

Iain.

Systems Engineer
KAUST Visualisation Laboratory

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I’ve just upgraded from 4.0.6 to 4.0.9. Now, after I log in as a user,
rt redirects to a url with the pattern:

https://ticket.my.domain/HASH(0x7ff4be51d608)

Upgrade to RT-Authen-ExternalAuth 0.12 (which you’ve correctly
identified as a problem below).
http://cpansearch.perl.org/src/TSIBLEY/RT-Authen-ExternalAuth-0.12/ChangeLog

-kevin

https://ticket.my.domain/HASH(0x7ff4be51d608)

Upgrade to RT-Authen-ExternalAuth 0.12 (which you’ve correctly
identified as a problem below).

Many thanks. I can report that the upgrade has solved that problem.

Iain.

Systems Engineer
KAUST Visualisation Laboratory

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