Issue Alternative Assignee - problem with user filtering

Hello

We detected a problem using user picker from project role.

This field ignores user filtering.

E.g.user_picker_from_project_role.png

Group "A" was added to project role "tester"

Group "B" was added to user filtering for this field

There is a user who is a member of "A" group but is not member of "B"

The user picker from project role field was added to screen for selecting users from role "tester".

So I assume that this user will be not displayed in this field on a screen. However the field offers to select this user. I am able to select this user and assign issue to user.

 

is there a bug or wrong configuration?

JIRA version: 6.2.5

Issue Alternative Assignee plugin version: 1.7.5

 

regards,

Fyodor

 

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You have set the field to show users from group A or role of Tester.  Your user matches that rule, so they are offered as an option.

Hello Nic >>You have set the field to show users from group A or role of Tester. Group A (this group was added to role) contains also users who should not be selectable in my case So I suggest that I should use user filtering to limit available users, users in role "Tester" (see selected role from screen) AND user that matches group "B" (see user filtering from screen). However it is not working

I'm not sure I understand this. You've set the field to say "group A or role of Tester". You've then added people you don't want to list into group A or the role of Tester. Either remove them from the group or role, or change the setup of the field. Basically, it's your usage of the group / role that is the problem here - sounds like you need to break it up into more groups and use them differently.

Yes, the workaround is to create new group that matches A and B. However it is not global solution. I see that there are user filtering functionality, so I assume that it should work, however it doesn't. It seems this is a bug.

Hello

Is there any other suggestions regarding this problem ?

 

Thanks,

Fyodor

Not really, your group setup is incorrect, you can't work around that without putting something in place for Jira to work with.

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