Uploaded image for project: 'Opencast'
  1. MH-12377

Non-admin users cannot create/delete/change ACLs in the event details view

    Details

    • Severity:
      Incorrectly Functioning With Workaround
    • Steps to reproduce:
      Hide
      Steps to reproduce:
      1. Create a non-admin user and assign all *UI* roles to the user
      2. Login as the user and create an event with the following ACL:
      ROLE_USER_TEST read/write
       
      Actual Results:
      When opening event-details of the event in the Access-Tab, the user cannot create or delete ACL entries. It is also impossible to change the role of an ACL entry, The respective UI elements are missing or greyed out (see screen1.png). This happens whether the event is assigned to a series or not.
       
      Expected Results:
      The user can create/delete/change ACL entries provided they have write access to the event.
       
      Workaround (if any):
      Assigning ROLE_ADMIN to the user (not really an option in most cases)



      Show
      Steps to reproduce: 1. Create a non-admin user and assign all *UI* roles to the user 2. Login as the user and create an event with the following ACL: ROLE_USER_TEST read/write   Actual Results: When opening event-details of the event in the Access-Tab, the user cannot create or delete ACL entries. It is also impossible to change the role of an ACL entry, The respective UI elements are missing or greyed out (see screen1.png). This happens whether the event is assigned to a series or not.   Expected Results: The user can create/delete/change ACL entries provided they have write access to the event.   Workaround (if any): Assigning ROLE_ADMIN to the user (not really an option in most cases)

      TestRail: Results

        Attachments

          Activity

            People

            • Assignee:
              Unassigned
              Reporter:
              scharnkn Katrin Scharnowski
            • Watchers:
              3 Start watching this issue

              Dates

              • Created:
                Updated:

                TestRail: Cases