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Is there a way to change what user group that an ALM user gets assigned to when they are added to a project. For example when we add a user they are automatically added as a viewer, can we change that?
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I am trying to generate a report of users who are part of a specific group in Quality Center. I've tried using REST api documentation but hit a road block.
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I am trying to give a certain user group in ALM update permissions for certain entities, I have added the permission to the user groups but the users are still unable to update the entities, am I doing something wrong?
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I created a new field called "Resolution" in Project entities. I gave it a look up list of 6 items. This Resolution field is not displayed in any of the user groups.
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I would like to restrict some user groups from editing certain fields in existing defects. I don't want to go the permissions route as that is too general if I just want to block one field. I know workflow would be best to accomplish this, but unsure of the best method.
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I required some aid in setting up some workflow to set a field's value under defects based on the user group that the Assigned To user belongs to for a defect. Meaning if defect 42 is Assigned To user jsmith, I then want to poll what user group jsmith is in and auto assign a value to UDF BG_USER...
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Hello. I am using custom roles on a current project, and I am unable to move design steps up or down within the same test. When I try moving the steps, the error "No permission to modify the field" displays. I have tried removing the user from project and then re-adding them but this does no...
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Had had some users complain that they cannot update or delete some tests in Sprinter, even when they are the owner of the test. Assume we might be missing a permission in user groups?
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We recently upgraded to ALM 12.01. Things were fine, but when we added some BPT licenses, we had to go and restrict a few of our user groups. Upon changes, we started noticing varying permissions issues for group members. Some were for updates, others were for create and deletes. Odd as when examini...
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