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  1. JIRA Server (including JIRA Core)
  2. JRASERVER-44424

Deleting a JIRA Workflow Status results in a HTTP 400 when using Microsoft IIS

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      Summary

      Microsoft IIS can return a HTTP 400 if a DELETE HTTP method is requested with a payload. The JIRA Workflow designer will use this approach when deleting a status.

      Environment

      Microsoft IIS 7.5 is serving traffic on front of JIRA.

      Steps to Reproduce

      Delete a workflow status.

      Expected Results

      The status is successfully deleted and returns a 200.

      Actual Results

      The delete is submitted with a payload and as such IIS will return a 400 as it ignores the request, returning a 400 as described in JIRA Functionality fails due to HTTP 400 Bad Request Error.

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                Reporter:
                dcurrie@atlassian.com David Currie
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