Hi Ryan

Thanks for your answer. I'm aware of the product specific permission schemes.
Our problem is the global dashboard displaying all tickets and products. We 
would need a global dashboard that filters the tickets and products based on 
the permission schemes on the products.
That would also involve filtering the products in the create ticket dialog.
Do you think this would be a useful extension of the dashboard?
We would be interested in contributing to this change. How do we get this into 
a feature ticket?

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Von: Ryan J Ollos [mailto:rjol...@apache.org] 
Gesendet: Mittwoch, 30. November 2016 09:30
An: dev@bloodhound.apache.org
Betreff: Re: How are products intended to be used?

On Mon, Nov 28, 2016 at 7:51 AM Ferhat Günes - Vertec AG < 
ferhat.gue...@vertec.com> wrote:

Dear Bloodhound community

We are looking for a multi project management system for our clients. We 
thought Bloodhound would be a good solution since we are already working with 
Trac internally and built up some know-how.

Now we don’t get any further because we don’t understand how products are 
intended to be used. Every client should get his own project and should not be 
able to see other clients projects and tasks. Unfortunately, I was not able to 
put that into action with Bloodhound’s permission system. We are ready to 
invest resources, but don’t know where to start.

I think there should be some filtering of products and tickets based on product 
specific permissions.

I found the following issue that deals with something similar 

Are these missing features or is Bloodhound meant to be used differently?

Each product can have its own permission scheme.

For more information, take a look at the answer to a similar question:

- Ryan

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