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PFS Bryan
2019-10-17T18:02:36Z
I'm not sure which thread to post this under, so please let me know or move this if it's in the wrong place. We are currently on version 8.5.5 and are setting up permissions for our users to prevent them from disabling jobs. If a user as "read" access and nothing else to triggers, they are still able to disable the triggers using the context menu. If they use the "Triggers" tab in the UI, they are properly disabled and will get a message saying they cannot do this. However, if they right-click on a job and use the context menu: Triggers -> {trigger type (Daily, etc.) } -> Deactivate / Activate the system allows them to alter the trigger state.
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2019-10-18T09:37:07Z
Originally Posted by: PFS Bryan 

I'm not sure which thread to post this under, so please let me know or move this if it's in the wrong place. We are currently on version 8.5.5 and are setting up permissions for our users to prevent them from disabling jobs. If a user as "read" access and nothing else to triggers, they are still able to disable the triggers using the context menu. If they use the "Triggers" tab in the UI, they are properly disabled and will get a message saying they cannot do this. However, if they right-click on a job and use the context menu: Triggers -> {trigger type (Daily, etc.) } -> Deactivate / Activate the system allows them to alter the trigger state.



Thank you for reporting this, I'll investigate and see if I can reproduce this. If it is a bug, we'll send it to our developers and notify you ASAP once it's fixed.
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PFS Bryan
2019-10-31T23:05:04Z
Were you able to reproduce?
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2019-11-01T09:23:00Z
Originally Posted by: PFS Bryan 

Were you able to reproduce?



Hi!

Yes and no, this matter became a little complicated as we're debating on removing this permission completely, as it should be included in the "Edit job" permission already, since editing a trigger is editing the job. We haven't fully decided yet on how it will be
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