Is it possible to assign a person to a Project role (I've used this in my custom permission scheme), but only in the context of a specific project, so that if the scheme is used in multiple projects, it is still only in that particular project the permission is given?
Roles are defined for projects. If you grant permissions based on project roles then the permission will be granted to the users who are defined for the project role in a certain project.
You can use the permission scheme for multiple projects and only users defined forthe project role in the project will have this permission.
Yes, it worked perfectly.
I started with Jira yesterday, so there are some fundamental things I need to understand, but it seems I've grasped the security model now.
I've built up a generic role model I can use for all customer projects, based on my own set of roles
I've distributed these roles in my own Permission Scheme and I'm now changing schemes for all my customer projects :)
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