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Key: OX-3992
Type: Bug Bug
Status: Closed Closed
Resolution: Fixed
Priority: Major Major
Assignee: Monique Szpak
Reporter: Arlen Coupland
Votes: 0
Watchers: 0
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upgrade can cause no cookies to be set during upgrade - login screen will repeatedly be shown with no error message preventing upgrade (MMM 0.1 only?)

Created: 04/Sep/08 08:47 AM   Updated: 10/Nov/08 02:58 PM
Component/s: OXP: Installation & Upgrade System
Affects Version/s: OpenX 2.6.1
Fix Version/s: Milestone 24, OpenX 2.6.3, OpenX 2.7.27-beta
Security Level: Public (All users can see these issues)

Time Tracking:
Original Estimate: 8h
Original Estimate - 8h
Remaining Estimate: 8h
Remaining Estimate - 8h
Time Spent: Not Specified
Remaining Estimate - 8h

Passed QA Version/s: OpenX 2.6.3 and OpenX 2.7.27-beta
QA Notes: Working good in OpenX v2.6.3-rc6 (rev. 27881) running on Apache 2.2.8, PHP 5.2.4-2ubuntu5.3 and MySQL 5.0.51a-3ubuntu5.1-log after upgrade from 2.0.11-pr1


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Under certain situations an upgrade could never set a valid OAT cookie. After proceeding to the login page after system check, entering valid details will simply return the user to the login screen with no error message. Entering invalid details will do the same.

This has been verfified on ec2 using a 0.1 config file. A 2.0 config file on the same machine proceeded fine. However at least 1 user has reported this issue with 2.0



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Heiko Weber - 05/Sep/08 03:37 PM
A similar error has been reported by german forum users on an upgrade from 2.4.*

Monique Szpak - 22/Oct/08 10:32 AM
I have added a check for cookies enabled to syscheck and upgrade login classes.

2.7.27-beta-rc1
2.6.3-rc5


Lukasz Dybcio - 23/Oct/08 07:23 AM
Monique, I think that the cookie check doesn't work correctly because during the installation I get an error msg saying that cookie is not set (even if it is), when I click "Retry" button everything works good. So it looks like the cookie check function is triggered before the cookie is saved by the browser.

Monique Szpak - 23/Oct/08 08:12 AM
Added a cookie prior to syscheck to ensure cookie check

2.6.3-rc5
2.7.27-beta-rc1


Lukasz Dybcio - 10/Nov/08 02:57 PM
Cookie check works good in openx-2.7.27-beta-rc5, closing.