In NetBeans 6.9 the Hudson plugin is unable to perform access-controlled operations (depending on configuration, this might include starting a job) when you enable protection against "cross-site request forgery". Bug #193008 is fixed in 7.0; for users of earlier IDEs, the workaround is to disable CSRF crumbs in Hudson security settings.

In an account with administrative privileges log in to Hudson and:

  1. Click "Manage Hudson"
  2. Click "Configure Hudson"
  3. Make sure that the "Prevent Cross Site Request Forgery exploits" checkbox is disabled
  4. Save changes

If that does not fix the problem, there may be some other bug. Check bug #193066 for example. Feel free to file a new bug under connecteddeveloper/Hudson but you are most likely to get a response if you can attach complete instructions to reproduce the bug, including server setup. Adding -J-Dorg.netbeans.modules.hudson.level=FINER to netbeans.conf will also produce helpful diagnostics in your log file.

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