I need to give edit permission to 'Fix version' only few users. But now whoever can resolve an issue can also edit fix version. I don't want all the users who can resolve an issue to edit fix version.
Yes, as stated in the software permissions overview:
|Backlog — Versions|
|Create version||Project Admin permission, or JIRA Admin permission|
|Edit version||Project Admin permission, or JIRA Admin permission|
|Add issue to version||Edit Issues permission|
|Remove issue from version||Edit Issues permission|
And on core permissions overview:
Permission to resolve and reopen issues. This also includes the ability to set the 'Fix For version' field for issues. Requires the Transition issues permission. Also see the Close Issues permission.
Permission to close issues based on the workflow conditions. (This permission is useful where, for example, developers resolve issues and testers close them). Requires the Transition issue and Resolve issue transitions. Also see the Resolve Issues permission.
So, you just need to check the permission scheme set on your project and ensure users are set under the correct project roles, modifying the scheme if needed.
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