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  1. Red Hat CodeReady Workspaces
  2. CRW-2018

Your session has expired. Please login to Che again to get access to your OpenShift account

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      = Error message asking the user to log in again at workspace startup

      When starting a workspace, users might receive the following error message: *Your session has expired. Please login to Che again to get access to your OpenShift account.*

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      * Log in again.
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      = Error message asking the user to log in again at workspace startup When starting a workspace, users might receive the following error message: *Your session has expired. Please login to Che again to get access to your OpenShift account.* .Workaround * Log in again.
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      Multiple issues reported same problem  during workspace startup

       

       

      Your session has expired. Please login to Che again to get access to your OpenShift account

      https://issues.redhat.com/browse/CRW-1767
      https://issues.redhat.com/browse/CRW-2001

       

       

      Usually, it means that the keycloak token that uses to obtain the Openshift token has been expired. It happens due to wrong exchange algorithm see OpenShift token retrieval from Keycloak may return a stale token https://github.com/eclipse/che/issues/19720 and multiple token transformation see OpenShift token retrieval from Keycloak should happen only once during workspace startup/suspension https://github.com/eclipse/che/issues/19724

       

       

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              skabashn Sergii Kabashniuk
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