Lets consider three users mary, john, stuart
Mary is PM and has admin right to confluence space "Conf-EM" with key CEM and JIRA project "Jira-EM" with key JEM
John is a developer and has user rights i.e. view and add for the space "Conf-EM" and JIRA project "Jira-EM".
John is working for another project also which is having JIRA project name as "Jira-PA" with same view/add permissions.
Mary has linked JIRA epic JEM-123 and JEM-456 in one of the page of confluence space Conf-EM.
as I said John has view/add rights to both the "Conf-EM" and "Jira-EM" , he can see the page in which mary has linked epics but problem is John is able to see issues JEM-123, JEM-456 added by Mary and also Issues of project "Jira-PA" for which he has access.
Which is wrong. He must be able to view only the things which is added by Mary and not another project "Jira-PA"
Please give your valuable suggestion to resolve it.
Converted it to an answer because I think Sam has said exactly what it is.
A brief analysis:
Mary's role here is actually irrelevant, so we can ignore a lot of the question. There's two sentences that matter:
Those contradict each other. John has access to JIRA-PA, so he can see the issues in it. That's correct, and you don't really have a problem with the systems here, they are doing what they should - show shared information to people who can see it.
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