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  1. Restrict viewing of bugs *without* user having to tick anything?

    I need to restrict the ability of a set of users/groups to see only
    their own bugs *without* having to do ANY additional entry on their
    behalf. Is there any method or patch to do this without creating
    multiple products (and thus removing most of the point of having a bug
    tracking system) ?

    If not, does anyone know a better bug tracking product - free or
    commercial?

    I've tried setting multiple mandatory/mandatory groups for a product,
    but it only works for one of the groups. Using anything other than
    mandatory permissions results in the user having to select the group
    checkbox to restrict the listing, which is precisely what I do not
    want.

    Additionally, even when a bug has been restricted, it appears to be
    impossible to change who it is restricted to - surely this isn't the
    case?

    (yes, I have searched the NG for this, and it does not appear possible)

    Currently using bugzilla 2.22 on PostgreSQL

    Thanks!

    PK


  2. Re: Restrict viewing of bugs *without* user having to tick anything?

    On Mon, 2006-10-16 at 09:45 -0700, bofh@bofh.ly wrote:
    > I need to restrict the ability of a set of users/groups to see only
    > their own bugs *without* having to do ANY additional entry on their
    > behalf.


    Set the product as Mandatory/Mandatory to a single group that has no
    members. Then only the reporter, assignee, QA Contact, and CC list of
    each bug will be able to see it.

    -Max
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