I would like that a user can access to several different projects and that he keeps the same rights and permissions whatever the project is.
Is it possible ? or does a user have some specific permissions per project?
Thanks in advance
Permissions are (rightly) determined by project, not user. To make this work, you'd have to make sure all your permission schemes are similar enough that adding him to any/all projects gives him the same rights every time.
Yes. But remember that rights can be granted differently in different projects. For example, in project 1, the scheme may say "log work: people in the role of developer", but in project 2, it might say "log work: people in the roles of users or developers". If you add him to the role of "user" in both projects, he'll get different rights.
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