I had installed synapseRT seccessful, and admin can see the synapseRT menu and dropdown list. but the other roles can't see the synapseRT menu. How can I cofig the permission.
My jira version is 5.2.1
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|View Issue Source Tab
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|View Read-Only Workflow
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Ability to create issues.
Ability to edit issues.
Ability to view or edit an issue's due date.
Ability to move issues between projects or between workflows of the same project (if applicable). Note the user can only move issues to a project he or she has the create permission for.
Ability to assign issues to other people.
Users with this permission may be assigned to issues.
Ability to resolve and reopen issues. This includes the ability to set a fix version.
Ability to close issues. Often useful where your developers resolve issues, and a QA department closes them.
Ability to modify the reporter when creating or editing an issue.
Ability to delete issues.
Ability to link issues together and create linked issues. Only useful if issue linking is turned on.
|Set Issue Security
Ability to set the level of security on an issue so that only people in that security level can see the issue.
|View Voters and Watchers
Ability to view the voters and watchers of an issue.
Ability to manage the watchers of an issue.
Ability to comment on issues.
|Edit All Comments
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|Edit Own Comments
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|Delete All Comments
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|Delete Own Comments
Ability to delete own comments made on issues.
Users with this permission may create attachments.
|Delete All Attachments
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|Delete Own Attachments
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|Work On Issues
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|Edit Own Worklogs
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|Edit All Worklogs
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|Delete Own Worklogs
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|Delete All Worklogs
Ability to delete all worklogs made on issues.
As per our team:
You should add a group to the list of synapseRT groups on Dashboard settings for synapseRT to get access to synapseRT dashboards.
please refer to http://doc.go2group.com/display/SRT5/Installation+Guide+for+Latest+Version#InstallationGuideforLatestVersion-Dashboard
The only thing I got out of that post was that only admin could see the synapseRT drop-down menu. I am an admin user, so I did not understand why I couldn’t see this link. I tried to follow the steps in the documentation the post referenced above, but I think since you were only explaining how to give OTHER users access to this link, you presupposed that the admin user would already have access to that link (which I didn’t) so I could not “Go to the Administration section and follow the link Dashboard configurationfrom synapseRT section, as on the image below” as the document instructed, because I couldn’t get there without the menu link. So I started doing a trial and error walk through your admin related menus and accidentally discovered this: I went here: http://localhost:8080/secure/SYNAPSEConfig.jspa (you can figure out how I got there, I don’t want to try and reconstruct the steps because it is TIME TO GO HOME!!) I checked the box called "Enable old style navigation menu": … et voila! The link magically appeared. Now every time I open JIRA up the menu item is there. Perhaps this should be mentioned prominently in the installation instructions for synapseRT?
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