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Roman Smirak (3164933) | asked Feb 13 '08, 7:08 a.m.
Hi,

I'm wondering how the repository permissions are defined. Are they
built-in Jazz or can I configure them?

I need following use case, for instance: Authenticated guest can submit any
work item (and watch the progress), but he/she cannot other work items.

Thanks,

Roman

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Christof Marti (681) | answered Feb 13 '08, 8:38 a.m.
Hi,

you can configure permissions in the process specification of a project area (and the process customization in team areas). Permissions are granted based on roles a contributor has in relation to a team area. Your use case would require permissions based on the relation of a contributor to a work item, which is currently not supported.

For example you can add a contributor to your team, assign it the 'commiter' role and specify that a work item's priority attribute can only be changed by contributors with that role.

Regards,

Christof
Jazz Work Item team


Roman Smirak wrote:
Hi,

I'm wondering how the repository permissions are defined. Are they
built-in Jazz or can I configure them?

I need following use case, for instance: Authenticated guest can submit any
work item (and watch the progress), but he/she cannot other work items.

Thanks,

Roman


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Roman Smirak (3164933) | answered Feb 14 '08, 5:48 a.m.
Hi Christof,

or relation with Team area or Workitem category...

Are the default repository permissions (JazzUsers, Guests, JazzAdmin, etc.)
built-in Jazz or configurable?

Can you please point me to some documentation of it?

Regards,

Roman


"Christof Marti" <christof_marti@ch.ibm.com> wrote in message
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Hi,

you can configure permissions in the process specification of a project
area (and the process customization in team areas). Permissions are
granted based on roles a contributor has in relation to a team area. Your
use case would require permissions based on the relation of a contributor
to a work item, which is currently not supported.

For example you can add a contributor to your team, assign it the
'commiter' role and specify that a work item's priority attribute can only
be changed by contributors with that role.

Regards,

Christof
Jazz Work Item team


Roman Smirak wrote:
Hi,

I'm wondering how the repository permissions are defined. Are they
built-in Jazz or can I configure them?

I need following use case, for instance: Authenticated guest can submit
any work item (and watch the progress), but he/she cannot other work
items.

Thanks,

Roman

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Christof Marti (681) | answered Feb 14 '08, 12:08 p.m.
These seem to be built-in, https://jazz.net/wiki/bin/view/Main/PermissionsReconciliation has some information on this. Someone from the Repository team would now the details.

Regards,

Christof
Jazz Work Item team


Roman Smirak wrote:
Hi Christof,

or relation with Team area or Workitem category...

Are the default repository permissions (JazzUsers, Guests, JazzAdmin, etc.)
built-in Jazz or configurable?

Can you please point me to some documentation of it?

Regards,

Roman


"Christof Marti" <christof_marti@ch.ibm.com> wrote in message
news:fouroa$obs$1@localhost.localdomain...
Hi,

you can configure permissions in the process specification of a project
area (and the process customization in team areas). Permissions are
granted based on roles a contributor has in relation to a team area. Your
use case would require permissions based on the relation of a contributor
to a work item, which is currently not supported.

For example you can add a contributor to your team, assign it the
'commiter' role and specify that a work item's priority attribute can only
be changed by contributors with that role.

Regards,

Christof
Jazz Work Item team


Roman Smirak wrote:
Hi,

I'm wondering how the repository permissions are defined. Are they
built-in Jazz or can I configure them?

I need following use case, for instance: Authenticated guest can submit
any work item (and watch the progress), but he/she cannot other work
items.

Thanks,

Roman


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Balaji Krish (1.8k12) | answered Feb 21 '08, 5:58 p.m.
JAZZ DEVELOPER
Repository permissions are stored in Jazz repository in Beta2 release. For
M5, repository roles are completely removed from the system. Admins should
configure LDAP registry or tomcat-users.xml for authentication and basic
read/write authorizations. The wiki page
https://jazz.net/wiki/bin/view/Main/RoleMigrationAndLdapConfiguration has
more information on the changes in repository permission for M5.

------- Balaji

"Christof Marti" <christof_marti@ch.ibm.com> wrote in message
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These seem to be built-in,
https://jazz.net/wiki/bin/view/Main/PermissionsReconciliation has some
information on this. Someone from the Repository team would now the
details.

Regards,

Christof
Jazz Work Item team


Roman Smirak wrote:
Hi Christof,

or relation with Team area or Workitem category...

Are the default repository permissions (JazzUsers, Guests, JazzAdmin,
etc.) built-in Jazz or configurable?

Can you please point me to some documentation of it?

Regards,

Roman


"Christof Marti" <christof_marti@ch.ibm.com> wrote in message
news:fouroa$obs$1@localhost.localdomain...
Hi,

you can configure permissions in the process specification of a project
area (and the process customization in team areas). Permissions are
granted based on roles a contributor has in relation to a team area.
Your use case would require permissions based on the relation of a
contributor to a work item, which is currently not supported.

For example you can add a contributor to your team, assign it the
'commiter' role and specify that a work item's priority attribute can
only be changed by contributors with that role.

Regards,

Christof
Jazz Work Item team


Roman Smirak wrote:
Hi,

I'm wondering how the repository permissions are defined. Are they
built-in Jazz or can I configure them?

I need following use case, for instance: Authenticated guest can submit
any work item (and watch the progress), but he/she cannot other work
items.

Thanks,

Roman

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