Invalid links to versions with sharing in project tree
|Target version:||Candidate for next major release|
If a version uses sharing in project tree, there are invalid links in the roadmap overview.
The problem occurs, if the version is in a sub-directory and in the project root. Than there are missing permissions to issues (e.g. if issue module is disabled or current user has no rights to see issues in root project).
The attached patch fixes this problem. The patch is for trunk, but the problem is also available in 4.0.x and 4.1.x.
#2 Updated by Alexander Meindl 7 months ago
- File new_test_and_fix.patch added
Here is a test for this patch. This patch also correct link to shared version with hierarchy. Without this patch, version link uses the root project for hierarchy versions - which is not correct imho. Versions with hierarchy should use link to current project.
I hope this test is sufficient. Let me know, if more information is required.
#3 Updated by Go MAEDA about 1 month ago
- File 32860-confirmed.png added
- Status changed from New to Confirmed
Confirmed the issue.
In the screenshot below, the link "1 issue" and "1 open" point to it parent project (ecookbook"). If "Issue tracking" module is disabled in "ecookbook" project, 403 error page is displayed when you click either of the two links.