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  1. Jira Cloud (including JIRA Core)
  2. JRACLOUD-2722

Permissions should be stored in the database

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      I didn't found any table where the permissions (edit permission, link permission, ...) are stored.

      I guess that permissions are hardcoded.

      If i add new states to the workflow or new operations, i want to define specific permissions to "secure" these.

      examples :

      • new "Q/A Test" state in workflow used together with "Start test" and "Stop test" operations should only be possible for users with "Test permission"
      • new "Being documented" state in workflow used together with "Start doc" and "Stop doc" operations should only be possible for users with "Doc permissions".

      etc....

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                pyvoirol pierre-yves voirol
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