Today I created a new Docker image for my test server to run the latest version of HCL Nomad Web for Domino. I always use the community script to build the image. Everything worked flawlessly. When I tried to check the new version I ran into a problem though:
I've never seen this before after an update - which I've done several times since Nomad Web is available for Domino.
I could solve the problem using a private browser window to access the Nomad URL. I then was prompted to login. However, even after logging in I still had trouble accessing the recent apps page. This then was solved just reloading the page completely using SHIFT-CMD-R (or SHIFT-CTRL-R if you are on Windows). This loads a page and all resources even when they were in the cache before.
I can exclude a server problem here as I am running everything in a container. So I always build a new image to test a new version, be it Domino or in this case Nomad Web. It's always a clean install without any prior version crap.
Currently I am not able to tell what happened here but I am in touch with HCL to investigate. Thanks to John Paganetti and Doug Conmy for reaching out after seeing my tweet!