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use different due date permissions for different issue types

Hi,

currently I'm configuring a project with special requirements.
So I have a question about the "Due date" field.

Situation:

The project is using different issue types:
- project initiative
- epic
- task
- subtask

The project lead would like to restrict the possibility to modify the due date:
- project initiative => only project lead should be able to change the due date
- epic => project team members can change the due date
- task => project team members can change the due date
- subtask => project team members can change the due date

Question:
- Is it possible to configure different "edit" permissions for different issue types in one project using one set of schemes?


I thought about the following:

1) Permission scheme:
When I assign the schedule issue permission, it is not possible to distinguish between issue types.

2) Field context:
I thought about creating a new context for the field "due date" and assign it to the specific issue type. But unfortunately, I haven't found the possibility to create a field context for the due date field. And I recognized that this functionality doesn't allow to configure the needed behaviour. It just manages options and values, but not permissions of editing.

3) Field configuration:
As I saw, I can assign a specific field configuration to every issue type, but in this configuration I can't modify the permission to edit the field.

What do I miss?

Thank you very much for your help!

Greetings
Simon


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Dave Mathijs Community Leader Dec 12, 2022

Hi @Simon Huprich try the following:

  • Create separate workflows for each issue type
  • Add a self-reflecting transition called 'Update Due Date' to each workflow
  • Create separate screen schemes for each issue type
  • Create separate transition screens with the Due date field for each issue type
  • Restrict the transition to a user. group or project role depending on the issue type

Hi @Dave Mathijs
thank you for your quick response.

According to your suggestion, the only way to fulfil the requirements is modifying screen schemes, workflows, transitions, etc.

But - to understand it correctly - there is no way to configure the same with permissions, field configurations, etc.

Right?

Thank you very much.
Greetings

Dave Mathijs Community Leader Dec 12, 2022

As you cannot edit permissions "per field" in a permission scheme, you need to add this field to a transition screen and and put a condition on the transition screen itself in order to work. In my opinion, it cannot be achieved otherwise.

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