Permission scheme on fisheye/crucible

Hi

When i create a repostory on fisheye i can specify which groups/user can view it.

Say my user tiger is not allowed to view the repository; however say another user adds tiger as a reviewer to a review which contains files in that repository which tiger is not suposed to view;

then ideally tiger should not be able to do the review ; but in my case he is able to see the files and do the review.

How can i get round this problem.

Rahul

1 answer

Hi Rahul,


Yes, the permission for groups can be set to allow the access for specific repository. The settings can be found under the admin settings page Repository Settings > Repository. Select the repository and make the changes on the permission tab in the sidebar

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