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disable prebuild reports like cumulative flow diagram, control chart, etc. Edited

Our Jira system will be used by internal team members and external customers. Meanwhile the customers shall have view access, they should have no ability to see the prebuild reports. Is there a way to disable them? We use classic software project

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Hello @Nico Ehrenhofer ,


If someone able to view Boards. They can also able to view the reports on particular boards.

I think restriction is not possible for the "prebuild" reports.

For Server hosting some scripts available as few mentioned in community. May be Script runner can help you in this case. please check their documentation.

@Kagithala Babu Anvesh your answers suggests that if I block them from viewing the boards, this would help? How would I do that?

Project Permissions : Browse Project Permission.

If you disabled this means , users not able to see the project.

They can only able see issues , when you share they with keys /from email notification / dashboard gadgets.

Please rethink once again before proceeding with this.


@Kagithala Babu Anvesh I am aware of this setting, but this would lock their access too much.

Thank you Nico

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To be able to see the charts, the users must be able to see the issues the charts are being generated from.  If they can see those, then they can work out what the charts show them for themselves.

So hiding the charts from your customers is pointless.  In fact, it's a retrograde step, as if they're interested, they'll focus in on the bits that matter to them and probably end up looking at the wrong thing.  It's better to let them see the charts you build, the information is less likely to mislead them.

Hi Nic, thank you for stepping. The pre build reports are a lot about tracking issue resolution performance. Meanwhile this might be a great thing internally, we don't want to give all the transparency externally.



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