I have a use-case where for certain users I want to restrict their ability to edit issues, such that they can only edit those issues which are created by them & NOT edit issues created by other users from the same / different groups.
I've been using permission schemes, where I have applied the "Edit issue" permission to a project role and/or specific members. However the Edit issue works for any and every issue.
Is this possible? Looking for advice.
have you tried to remove any other user/project role from the edit permission in the permission scheme and add only author/reporter? This should work - you might want to add a project role like developers too to make sure that there is a team which can edit the issue too. If it does not work please provide some screenshots of your configuration so we can work it out together.
Hope that helps?
So in "Grant Permission", I am selecting "Reporter" as the option (See attached screenshot - Screenshot 1).
However, once this option is selected, the reporter is unable to edit the issue.
To your question: I am not changing the reporter after creation. However I am using a post function at the transition step which changes the "assignee" field. Could that have an effect on the "reporter" (I've attached another screenshot for this as well)?
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