Ictime report shows time on issues from project that is not permitted to view

User1 is approval manager on Project1 (and "Full reporting permissions" is not checked)

https://interconcept.atlassian.net/wiki/display/ICTIME/Project+Approval+Managers

 

There is Project2 and user1 cannot work with it

 

users1 goes to Ictime->Reporting

default filter is all users, all projects ...

click on "Create report" button and grid with ictime logworks is displayed

 

there are logworks from Project1 and Project2 in report

 

user1 can see Issue key, Summary for issues from  Project2

is it a feature or a bug?

 

(if user1 clicks on links for  issues from  Project2  - "Permission Violation")

 

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Hi Alex, I have filed a bug report here: https://interconcept.atlassian.net/browse/ICTIME-681 This should be fixed within the next weeks - but for the moment only in ictime 5.x, i.e. the version compatible with JIRA 7.

Hi Alex,

This looks like a bug. I assume that the user can't see project 2 in the project dropdown on the Reporting screen? Which version of JIRA/ictime are you using? We'll check and file a bug if we can reproduce the problem.

Best regards

Tobias

Hello, Tobias

 

User1 can see Project2 in the project dropdown on the Reporting screen

but user1 cannot see project2 in standard JIRA Browse Projects (/secure/BrowseProjects.jspa#all)

 

JIRA v6.3.11

ictime v4.4.1


thanks in advance


PS. after user1 leaves group jira-administrators:

User1 cannot see Project2 in the project dropdown on the Reporting screen

but report for all projects still displays Project2 worklogs

Hi Alex,
this has been fixed now in ictime version 4.4.3 (for JIRA 6x) and 5.0.3 (for JIRA 7.x).
Best regards
Tobias

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