I have these workflows
I created a developper group with multiple users.
I would like that only users on developper group have a visibility on OSBL&OSQ issue type.
I have seen that some posts say that this is not possible, but they are old publications. Maybe is it possible today.
I have few clues with Issue Security Scheme and post function but I do not know how can I do ...
It would be great if someone can help me !!
It's not *directly* possible, never has been, and that's not changed.
You can't say "you can only see issue typ X in a project".
What you can do is use issue security in a structured way. The basic setup for a simple case like yours is:
Your users will still know OSBL and OSQ are there. They will be able to create them. But only the developers will be able to see them. It's not quite "issue type security" really, but it behaves pretty close to it
Thank you all,
Nic, when you say "In workflow A, add a post-function that sets the security level to "secured"", on which transtion I apply this post function ??
On the first transition "Create" ?? If I do that the users will still able to create issue but only developer group can see them
This is my workflow
You can apply it on any transition you want. Most would put it on Create because they want to hide the issue for its whole lifecycle, but for your workflow, I would consider doing it on activate. The users would then see that they've created an issue and everyone can see it, but as soon as you activate it, it would disappear from their lists. You'll be able to explain "triage means we remove it from view" more easily.
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