ActionController::InvalidAuthenticityToken with Gitlab Omnibus 7.11 and custom Omniauth provider #813 Closed FredericPoitras opened this issue Jun 15, 2015 · 1 comment
ActionController::InvalidAuthenticityToken can also be caused by a misconfigured reverse proxy. This is the case if in the stack trace, you get a line looking like Request origin does not match request base_url.. When using a reverse proxy (such as nginx) as receiver for HTTPS request and transmitting the request unencrypted to the backend (such as the Rails app), the backend (more ...
Yes. The controllers that require facebook authentication before any interaction can happen don't need protect_from_forgery, but you can add that to the controllers that are not related to the canvas app itself.. In our application_controller.rb we have. before_filter :request_permissions def request_permissions redirect_to "/auth/facebook" unless current_user end
Could not authenticate you from Ldapmain because "Invalid credentials for <username>" - Gitlab Community Edition installed via Helm Chart stardustOnze May 16, 2019, 5:45pm #2
Also GitLab documentation insists on the fact that LDAP users must have an email address set, regardless of whether it is used to log in. A typical ldif file containing user.name entry to be created using ldapadd -f (provided that the ou and dc's mentioned in its distinguished name exists) ...
Hi, gitlab -rake gitlab:env:info gives : System information System: Proxy: no Current User: git Using RVM: no Ruby Version: 2.3.6p384 Gem Version: 2.6.13
Completed 422 Unprocessable Entity in 1ms (Flexirest: 0.0ms for 0 calls | ActiveRecord: 0.0ms) ActionController::InvalidAuthenticityToken - ActionController::InvalidAuthenticityToken : gsamokovarov closed this in e3a1261 Jul 18, 2018. Copy link Owner gsamokovarov commented Jul 18, 2018. Rails 5 has CSRF protection by default, so I'm skipping it ...
There is relevant info on a configuration of CSRF with respect to API controllers on api.rubyonrails.org:. It's important to remember that XML or JSON requests are also affected and if you're building an API you should change forgery protection method in ApplicationController (by default: :exception):. class ApplicationController < ActionController::Base protect_from_forgery unless ...
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I am using the raven with Rails. In dev environment, I have purposely unset the DSN. But everytime there is an error, this message is printed - <Error> excluded from capture: DSN not set Addi...