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LuSoMe
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Different Loans Manager Error - School Library - at the first time

Hello everyone!

Following a smooth import process for the School Library Solution, I proceeded to follow the steps outlined in the video:

  1. Navigate to the apps section.
  2. Click on the three dots for the Loans Manager apps.
  3. Select "Edit."

However, upon doing so, I encountered a message that appeared as a warning rather than an error. It reads: "Please sign in again."

In an attempt to resolve this issue, I tried various options, including repeating the deletion and re-importation of the solutions multiple times:

  1. I attempted to click on "Sign In" without initiating the "publish" process.
  2. I tried initiating the "publish" process first, but encountered the same message.
  3. I attempted the sign-in process.
  4. I tried cancelling the sign-in process.

Any insights or guidance on how to proceed would be greatly appreciated.

Thank you!

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MadHopper56
Regular Visitor

@LuSoMe Did you manage to fix this issue?  I'm having the same problem and not sure how to get around it. Thanks!

MadHopper56
Regular Visitor

@LuSoMe Not sure if you have worked through this but I wasn't working InPrivate/Incognito mode.  I made the switch and now its all working ok 👍

Robla
Frequent Visitor

Did you try refreshing the browser and then republishing?

LuSoMe
Frequent Visitor

Hello Guys,
I can't remember what did!
But when Used the app, no design mode, works even with the error.

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