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script jql function myProjects() does not return expected results

Hi,

I have a difficulty understanding how does myProjects() work.

I run the following query in the Issue Navigator: project in myProjects().

But I don't get any results.

I have the QA role in my project and the role is based on users.

The installed version of Scriptrunner is 5.4.43. 

The query does work for our admin user who is a member of the Administrators role.

 

Thanks,

Alon

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Peter-Dave Sheehan
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Apr 26, 2019

I think you need to be in a role that grants "Browse Project Permission".

If you only have Browse Project Permission from global permission and not specifically via a project role, then you will see no results.

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