In my company we need that each user associated with a group of users ONLY see the incidents assigned to the group or the user, try to configure this in the security scheme but every time I enter with a user of a specific group I see ALL the incidents, What am I doing wrong?
I have attached configurations, assign security to a group and the user responsible for the group.
Thanks for your attention.
Issue level Security is set Per issue. Make sure that your issues have the "Security Level" field set to the issue security level that you want. This also means
The default for issue security is usually none, so you have to set it on each issue, or bulk edit. You can set the default in the scheme and then that will be the default going forward.
Hi @Danilo Scopigno ,
Do you have assigned the issue security level to all issues. If not, you will be able to see all issues without a level assigned.
Is grupo de desarollo a specific group or is it a custom field containing a group?
If it is a group and you are a member of that group, you will also be able to see all issues.
How do you assign an issue to a group? With an custom field? You can add that field to the security level, that should work.
Thanks bastian for the quick response, how do I assign them?
I have 3 types of incidents assigned to all requests,
If I assign that level of security to a type of problem, will this cause an administrator user not to see that type of incident?
the incident filter is done by assigning a user that belongs to the group (it is a unique user that manages the sector and is a user of jira helpdesk
To assign a security level, you need the issue security field (I think it was called security level). You must set the issue security level on every issue of that request type.
Yes, if you set the issue security level and the Administrator is not in the group, he is not able to see the issue.
If you want your customers to see such issues in their portal, you also have to add customer portal access to the security level.
I understand thanks Bastian,
From what I understand, the security levels allow you for each group of users to see a certain type of request, BUT, does it not allow the same type of request to have 2 levels?
In my company there are 2 different groups: integrations and development, which see all types of requests, but I wanted to ONLY see that incident if they are assigned to them.
How can I do it?
because jira helpdesk does not allow users to have different incident queues, they always share all the queues
Each issue can have only one security level assigned.
So you must define different levels if you want different people to see the issue.
Or you have to use s group picker field or something like that where you can select the groups that should see the issue.
In your case, that means you want integrations to see all issues and development only the issues that are assigned to them? Is that right?
The there are two ways, I think
1) define two security levels. One level with the integration group only one with integration and development. When the issue is assigned to development, the security level must be set to second level.
2) define one security level. Add the integration group and add a group picker field. When the issue is assigned to development, the development group must be selected in the group picker field.
I don't think that there is an easier solution for this.
Thank you Bastian! for your help,
set the first option you told me (1) define two security levels. One level with the integration group only one with integration and development. When the issue is assigned to development, the security level must be set to second level.)
I created two levels issue security for two groups: integraciones and desarrollo.
so, i want that the two groups can to see all type request but only
when the incidents are assigned to the responsible users of each group.
What would I have to put in each request?
here an example:
Thank you for your great help!
sorry for the delay. You have to add the Security Level field at first to the screen and after that to the request. It will appear in the lower section of the fields. There you can set the Security Level that should be used for this kind of Requests as default.
The name is security level in English.
If you can not find it in the request type configuration, go to issues->screens and the select the screen you are using for the issue type. Add the security level there.
Then go to the request type configuration and you can add the field there also.
Without other add-ons, you will have to set the right level when the issue is assigned to the user.
If that does not depend on the request type, I would set there the first level, where both groups can see the issue.
When it is assigned to someone from integrations, set the security level to that level although.
If you want to do this automatically, you will need some kind of add-on like script runner or automation.
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