Group combinations

David Miller justdave at
Thu Mar 4 09:07:12 UTC 2004

On 3/4/2004 8:58 AM +0000, Gervase Markham wrote:

> Group inheritance? Maybe. But the problem then is that anyone in Group A
> (including employees) files bugs in Group A mandatorily. If you
> remember, we set this so Customer A people don't accidentally create
> public bugs. That means that bugs employees file go into Group A, and
> can never be seen by Customer B, even if that's who they are filing the
> bug for. But this works the other way, too - the bugs go into Group B
> also! The upshot is that bugs employees file can never be seen by any
> customer! Oh dear.

It doesn't work this way.  The group restrictions on the bugs are set by
product, not by who filed them.  The bugs would be restricted to the groups
that were set on the product it was filed in, regardless of whether it was
an employee that filed it or not.
Dave Miller      Project Leader, Bugzilla Bug Tracking System   

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