I have the scriptlistner active that the changes to the project versions are distributed to the other projects. This also works. Now there are several project administators. I would like to forbid you to change the versions in your projects.
The idea is to write a scriptlistner, which causes an error on the interface when editing the version from the non-default project, and the action aborts.
How can I display an error in the scriptlistener on the interface?
Do you have other ideas?
Thanks for your help
A listener is too late. It's not quite this technically, but think of the process:
I'm afraid you're into hacking the core code in order to do this, a listener can't do it, the permissions allow users to change versions and that's all in the basics.
The closest I could get is a listener that spots changes and undoes them, but that's really going to annoy your users.
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