A department use Jira 5.0.2，the database version is mysql 5.5.23，the database instance name is jiradb ,the administrator account of A Jira is Jiraadmin
B department also use Jira 5.0.2，the database version is mysql 5.5.23， the database instance name is jiradb ,the administrator account of B Jira is Jiraadmin2
I import one project of A named BASICAPI into the B instance, it successful.
After import ,Now I open B department Jia, I use the administrator account logon.
I click the button "Administration" on the Dashboard. I can see the BASICAPI Project in Projects.
Then I click the button "Exit Administration" on the Dashboard.
I click the button "View All Projects" on the Dashboard. I can't see the BASICAPI Project in Projects.
Now I click the button "Administration" on the Dashboard again.
I click "BasicAPI Project" button which is below the "Projects" button.
In the BasicAPI Project Dashboard,I click "Browse Project" button which below the "Actions" Button.
Then the page show:
It seems that you have tried to perform an operation which you are not permitted to perform.
If you think this message is wrong, please contact your JIRA administrators.
Then I click the link of the "JIRA administrators" :
Your JIRA administrator has not yet configured this contact form.
How could I solve this problem? I want to see the issues content of BasicAPI Project in B Jira.
An Administrator doesn't necessarily have Browse permission in the project. Make sure you grant yourself that permission by modifying the permission scheme.
You need "Browse project" permission.
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