We have a project that requires an external user to submit issues. We very much need to prevent them from viewing the Activity Stream as it shows sensitive information about the project.
Is it possible to deactive the Activity Stream on a specific project from a particular user?
You might customize the VM template. See comments under http://confluence.atlassian.com/display/JIRA/Adding+the+Activity+Stream+Gadget
If you put this code before first line#if(!$authcontext.user.inGroup('my-gruop'))
and close the sentence "if". The result is: You don't view "Activity Stream" for member gruop "my-group"
Hmmm... I guess you can't hide that in On-demand then. The feature request is registered and tracked under https://studio.atlassian.com/browse/STRM-2000
What info do you wan't to hide? If it's about hiding some JIRA issues you could probably use the issue security schemes to restrict access to particular issues. I think that restricted issues wont show up in activity stream.
I was not able to get the above advice about using "#if(!$authcontext.user.inGroup('my-gruop'))" to work. I suspect the reason is that, as explained in https://jira.atlassian.com/browse/JRA-21257,
In the documentation for JIRA you will find a hint how customize the interface depending on the groups a user belongs to.
Actually this does not work for the dashboard-plugin when rendering <tt>dashboard.vm</tt> as the context does not know about "authcontext". I would like to see this as default context element there, too.
Can anyone provide a way to prevent external users in a given group from seeing the Activity Stream? Even if I remove Activity Stream from the default System Dashboard (which I don't want to do), there is no apparent way to prevent users from creating a new dashboard including Activity Stream.
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