Bug: “You are no longer logged in. Click OK to discard your current work and go to the log in screen. Press Cancel to stay on this page so you can copy your current work and preserve any input you have entered.”

This message “You are no longer logged in. Click OK to discard your current work and go to the log in screen. Press Cancel to stay on this page so you can copy your current work and preserve any input you have entered.” is immediately showing up after logging in IBM Connections 4.0! This just happened when I configured the social discovery XML…

Solution:

Well, we have already fixed it! It looks like that we had a misconfiguration in our LDAP (Domino) regarding SSO. We have done the instructions all over again and everything went fine. Too bad we have forgotten what was the exact misconfiguration… But I am sure it was on the side of Domino. We fixed it last December and I left my blog unattended due to busy schedule… 😐

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5 thoughts on “Bug: “You are no longer logged in. Click OK to discard your current work and go to the log in screen. Press Cancel to stay on this page so you can copy your current work and preserve any input you have entered.”

    • Hi Craig,
      Sorry for the super late reply! Unfortunately I have already forgotten what was my exact misconfiguration… However, I am sure it was on the SSO configuration, on the side of Domino. Have you re-configured your installation? If you’re using virtual machines, I suggest that you take snapshots if you have the luxury of disk space.

  1. I too have this intermittent problem. Looks like it is a bug.
    My environment:
    – WAS/IHS/PLG 7.0.0.25
    – DB2 9.7FP3
    – Domino 8.5.3 LDAP and Mail
    – Connections 4.0 CR2
    – Connections Mail FP1, 2Node cluster
    – RedHat 5.8 x64

    Let us know if you find a solution…

    • Hi Sterry,
      Have you installed all the prescribed fix packs and interim fixes for Domino and Mail?
      Also, I suggest that you use the prescribed fix packs and interim fixes for WAS, IHS and PLG. Although the latest fix packs should contain all the fixes before it, it is wiser to follow IBM’s prescription. 🙂 I remember I had a problem in installing other fix packs.. 😀

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