I've created a Permission Schema containing a + symbol in it's name.
Now, I cannot edit the schema nor delete it.
Can you help me getting rid of it?
Also, it'd be good to add some validation to schema names to avoid this issue in future versions.
This bug has been reported in https://jira.atlassian.com/browse/CRUC-6257.
To delete the scheme you first have to change the name in the database to get rid of the '+'.
You can then delete the scheme from the Administrator interface in FishEye/Crucible.
UPDATE cru_perm_scheme SET cru_name = '<new_name>' WHERE cru_name = '<old_name>';E.g. if you created a permission scheme "devs+qa", run te following query:
UPDATE cru_perm_scheme SET cru_name = '<devsqa>' WHERE cru_name = '<devs+qa>';
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