how can I restrict the use of groovyrunner to some users/groups?

how can I restrict the use of groovyrunner to some users/groups?

is there, or will there be a feature to grant permissions to (parts of) the groovyrunner add-on ?

2 answers

0 vote

It's restricted to the administrators group. Do you want to open it up to more people or to restrict it to fewer?

You might like to comment on GRV-2.

hi Jamie, let me make myself clear(er) : in the JIRA searchbox of our environment, a simple user (only member of 'jira-users'-group) can run this: "issueFunction in hasLinks("is part of") and issuetype in (Story, Bug, Improvement)". I would like to restrict the running of these Scripted JQL Functions to the administrators group (or another group).

No, you can't do that. But why do you want to?

I fear for performance issues, when all of our 3500 users run your cool but intensive Scripted JQL Functions. My company does not have budget for a load & stress test. Even though we have more than 50.000 issues. I want to convince them to install the Scrip Runner on our production environment...

Well, some are cool but intensive but most are just cool. Seriously, the most commonly-used ones are not intensive. But yeah I won't say they've never caused a problem, I have just fixed one performance issue (within a few days of it being reported). But, I don't think I will do this, because it requires a massive matrix (as seen in some other jql-functions plugins) of allowed groups, functions and even projects.

Jamie, I don't want to bother you, but you could consider creating a permission-screen, which does NOT contain a matrix, but contains only one permission : "usage of the Scripted JQL Functions". You could link this single permission to users & groups. That would already make your fans happy. I am developing an add-on myself, which cosists of such a screen.

I always aim to please my "fans", or at least appease them ;-) The thing is, I don't think many people would use it. What would happen when a filter is shared with someone outside that group... they just get a "no permission" error? I would much rather work out which if any functions are slow and fix them. Most of them can be further optimised in terms of cpu, memory or IO. I'm not sure I would worry that much though, these functions are happily in use on large instances, at least one with ~ 700k issues, and 12k users.

This would really be helpful in instances with big data and with high user count.

Suggest an answer

Log in or Sign up to answer
How to earn badges on the Atlassian Community

How to earn badges on the Atlassian Community

Badges are a great way to show off community activity, whether you’re a newbie or a Champion.

Learn more
Community showcase
Published Sunday in Agility

You asked for it, so we delivered: images on issues have arrived

A picture tells a thousand words. And agility boards have just released their latest feature: cover images on issues – so now your board can tell a story at first glance. Upload attachmen...

272 views 3 11
Read article

Atlassian User Groups

Connect with like-minded Atlassian users at free events near you!

Find a group

Connect with like-minded Atlassian users at free events near you!

Find my local user group

Unfortunately there are no AUG chapters near you at the moment.

Start an AUG

You're one step closer to meeting fellow Atlassian users at your local meet up. Learn more about AUGs

Groups near you