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Posted by Steve on November 29, 2000 at 03:28:11:
In Reply to: Re: Filtering CR Responsibility field posted by Sue Sherman on November 28, 2000 at 14:33:46:
: I see this is dated in March, has anyone found a way to do this? It would be nice if we could just list the developers on the project and not the entire company.
It is important to keep in my why StarTeam currently operates this way. Within a StarTeam server, any object (folder, file, change request, task, or topic) can be moved or shared. In many deployments it is necessary to share CR's into different views and projects. So if the responsibility field were to include just a set of users for a project, other users may not be able to take responsibility for a CR that exists in multiple projects.
There would be another obstacle to overcome: How does one define to which projects a user/group belongs? Most likely this would have to be done by modifying the user/group architecture to let users/groups be 'assigned' to specific projects. While this may be possible from an engineering standpoint, ultimately a larger obstacle would present itself: Access Rights could/would easily interfere with 'project assignments' for groups or users. How would StarTeam handle a user trying to access a projec to which he/she is 'assigned', but has been denied by the Admin via access rights? Which takes priority?
The ultimate purpose for listing all users in the responsibility field is to allow for flexibility. This list allows a user to, at any given time, immediately assign a responsible party to a CR.
However, the product support group at Starbase (email@example.com) will be glad to enter an enhancement request for you, if you wish to submit one formally. Send an email with your contact information, along with a concise description of your reuqest, and they will enter it for you.
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