Re: Using Bugzilla Groups to Limit User Group to Group Bugs
Thanks, but your suggestion doesn't satisfy my scenario. Under the
situation, you describe Client 1 would be able to see any bugs in
Product A. That's not what we want. We only want Client 1 people to be
able to see and modify bugs entered by Client 1 people. They shouldn't
be able to see bugs entered by staff or other clients.
On 1/10/06, [email]Chris.Fouts@infineon.com[/email] <Chris.Fouts@infineon.com> wrote:[color=blue][color=green][color=darkred]
> > >Let's say we have three Products A, B, and C and two Clients 1 and 2.[/color][/color]
> > >We would like to make it so that all staff can see, edit, and modify
> > >all bugs for Products A, B, and C while Client 1 can only see, edit,
> > >and modify bugs that someone from Client 1 has entered for Product A
> > >and Client 2 can only see, edit, and modify bugs that someone from
> > >Client 2 has entered for Product A.[/color][/color]
> Create 3 groups, say GroupA, GroupB, GroupC.
> Make all staff members of all groups so all can edit/view bugs from
> ALL groups.
> Make Client 1 member of GroupA so he/she can edit/view GroupA bugs.
> When Client 1 writes a bug, he/she needs to check the GroupA box only.
> Make Client 2 member of GroupA so it can edit/view GroupA bugs.
> When Client 2 writes a bug, he/she needs to check the GroupA box only.[/color]