I'm testing the branch level permissions in Stash 2.0 but I must be missing something... I'm having trouble getting it to work, here's the setup:
Security Setup for 'testuser'
- Project Level Permissions: Observer
- Repository Branch Level Security: Write (Just to the available branch options, I tried the advanced as well with no luck)
Everytime I try to push the branch, i get:
fatal: remote error: Insufficient permissions
You do not have permission to push to the repository test in project
fatal: The remote end hung up unexpectedly
Just to clarify branch permissions doesn't elevate the project level permissions it is more of a restriction. When you push changes to a repository first the project level permission is checked. This is the same as it was in Stash 1.x meaning the user must be a contributor (have write access) to the project in order for their push to proceed. Stash then checks the branch permissions for each branch which is being updated. If a restriction exists and the user doesn't have permission the push is rejected. If there is no restriction or they have permission the push is successful.
I posted this today:
It appears that your comment about branch level permissions being more restrictive is not functioning for us in Stash 2.0.
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