We have recently started working on Stash and currently evaluating how we can restrict write access on branches in a GIT repositories using Stash. Using the Branch Permission option in Stash, we added only certain users to have write access to the Branch...but surprisingly, even after such a setting, all users are able to push their changes to this branch. Are we missing something here ?
Note: We are having v3.3.1 Stash instance for evaluation.
If you are specifically looking for Branch permission options I'd recommend upgrade to at least Stash 3.10 because there is a significant change towards this in the release. Please see the release notes for more information. I hope that helps.
Thanks for your advise. We did upgrade our stash instance to 3.11.2. Again there, I see that a developer for whom is not on the list of valid users with write access to a branch (in our case master branch) is able to push the changes to this restricted branch. Is there any how, i can check what is happening behind the scene so that I can decipher this issue.
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