Hi Community Members,

I would require guidance or help on JIRA access part. 

Currently in my organisation we are handling around 10+ projects under which there are different issues. There are different audiences who are using the JIRA.Whenever I am giving access to any member be it internal employee or external vendor, they can view entire projects happening in the organisation. There is no restriction to it.

What I want is If am assigning access to user for SAP projects, he /she should be able to view or edit SAP related projects only. No others project should be allowed to see or edit.Similary it goes to vendor as well, they should  have access to view/edit specific projects only.

Let me know if we have any provision in JIRA for this. I have recently started using JIRA.

 

Regards,

Anup Tiwari

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You have to create differenct project permission schemes.
Here you will get further information:

https://confluence.atlassian.com/adminjiraserver073/managing-project-permissions-861253293.html

 

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