Pushing user group modifications from Jira to Crowd


We're trying to set up a new environment using Crowd as master user repo (with delegated auth to AD), and connecting amongst others Jira to this.

Under Application Permissions, Jira is set up to allow all modifications to the delegated directory server. What we would like, is for some project administrators to be able to modifiy a group which decides who has access to the source code repo (Stash and subversion).

We can't seem to find out how to set this up, if it is possible at all. It would be quite tedious to rely on the crowd administrator to assign new jira project participants to particular source code repos. It would be better if this responsibility was delegated to the project owner in jira.

How can we do this?

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I don't believe there's a great way to do this currently without some heavy customisation. There's an open feature request in Crowd (CWD-2897) to allow specific users to change memberships for a group without giving them full administration rights; please comment and vote if this would cover your case.

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