About the management scope of different JIRA administrator

In our JIRA platform,we managed some different business projects, so there are many JIRA administrators, and the JIRA administrators could see the projects that not belongs to them. From security perspective, it is not good management.

For example:

Current situation:

administratorsA managed projectA

administratorsB managed projectB

but administratorsA could check both projectA and projectB

Expected situation:

administratorsA could only check projectA but not projectB
administratorsB could not check projectA and only check projectB

Is it possible configure on the JIRA?
Or maybe other better solution?

Thanks in advance!

2 answers

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Maarten Cautreels Community Champion Jun 03, 2017

Hi HongChao,

What do you understand with the term Administrator? There's a few different administrator roles within JIRA:

  • System Administrator: can administer everything, addons, system settings, all projects, etc
  • JIRA Administrator: can do many administrative tasks except the ones listed on Managing global permissions. But still has access to all projects
  • Project Administrator: can administer only the configuration of the projects he's the project administrator for.

So from reading your post I guess your looking for the Project Administrator role instead of the JIRA or System Administrator role. To learn more about project roles check Managing Project Roles on Confluence.

Hope this helps.

Best,

Maarten

Sorry for the bad expression.

In fact, we need the role between JIRA Administrator and Project Administrator, that could  do many administrative tasks but only  access to the projects belongs to one business group.

In other words, we want to customized system privilege, for exampe, even only somebody could use see/use some buttons.

Is it possible through configuration to achive the target?

Or must revise source code?

Could you please give us some advice?

No, you'd need to hack apartall the permission code and rewrite it.

Atlassian are moving towards giving project administrators more delegated power, but it's going to take a log time.

To  achive the goal that customized system privilege through revising based source code or add-on , is it reasonable?

I wouldn't try it, it's a massive rewrite, and Atlassian are going down that road already.

thanks, I think so.

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