Cannot view context. It says I need admin permissions but I already have them

It looks like an error is coming back from the graphql-unstable endpoint I assume is causing this:

{"data":null,"errors":[{"message":"Non-nullable field was null.","locations":[{"line":2,"column":3}],"path":["organizationHmb"],"extensions":{"arguments":{"name":"$orgName","vcsType":"$vcsType","id":"$orgId"}}},{"message":"Something unexpected happened.","locations":[{"line":2,"column":3}],"path":["organizationHmb"],"extensions":{"type":"INTERNAL","arguments":{"name":"$orgName","vcsType":"$vcsType","id":"$orgId"}}}]}


Hmm. The last time I saw this error it was related to renames, but I haven’t seen it in a while. Did you rename the user or org recently? (including changing capital letters)

This seems to have gone away for now and I can access contexts again. Although it did go away a for a short period before coming back again before I submitted this report.

I didn’t rename the organisation or my github user. I did remove some teams from github however and create a new “Admin” team. After that I changed the security group for each context to the “Admin” team from “All Members”. My user is both an Owner in the github organisation and a member of that “Admin” team.

Seems like this was temporary. Thanks for confirming it works again, let us know if it happens again.

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