View Full Version : Other user's task in my day view
19-04-05, 11:11 AM
I'm new to dotProject so I apologize if this is a desired feature, but it seems odd to me that someone else's task is showing up on my (and other user's) calendar view. I'm not the owner of the project nor the assigned person but I see it in my calendar. There are other tasks assigned to the same user that doesn't show up. So I'm curious my this particular task shows up. I've deleted both the task and the project and then re-created them with the same behavior.
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PHP Version: 4.3.10
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Ever heard of permissions?
Go to the Users Admin. see the Role tab, click it.
What does it say?
Take note of that.
And the Permissions tab?
What does it say?
Now go to the System Admin. under roles find the role you noted before.
Go to the lock image, now what permission are there?
Has an additional note, you should be carefull with this stuff because it is sensitive, you should not grant permissions without having a very well strutured permissions plan defined (what a type of user can do and what that user can't do), invest something thinking, it will sure be profitable.
Gacl supports permissions groups (like All Modules, All Non-Admin Modules, Admin Modules ...) that you should avoid if you don't know what modules are we talking about, even though it might seem they are self explanatory. Gacl Admin gives you a whole new perpective of the permissions system, but it is no directly available trough the dP interface or installation though. You will have to find your way trough.
20-04-05, 02:59 AM
My particular login is an Admin and a Project Worker. However, I have logged in with a normal Project Worker account and that task still shows up.
Do you mean those permissions are the dP predefined ones or have you allready changed them?
20-04-05, 09:26 AM
Those roles are the dP pre-defined ones and the permissions tab for my account (and any other's for that matter) is empty.
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