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[CE-74] GDPR: Implement "Right to be forgotten" for user permissions #74

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clouless opened this issue Jul 19, 2019 · 1 comment

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commented Jul 19, 2019

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Make App compatible to Jira GDPR Changes especially the Right to be forgotten (UserKeyChange)

Acceptance Criteria

  • On anonymizing of a User in Jira all Customfield Editor User Permissions are anonymized as well

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commented Jul 19, 2019

Implememtaton Notes

This feature works starting with Jira 8.2 and upwards.
If you are installing App version 2.1 on a smaller Jira version than 8.2 you will see one deactivated OSGI module, which is normal

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The implemented Event Listener is documented in the Data Storage and Performance Documentation
Preview:

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Once a Jira Administrator anonymizes a Jira user AND for that user are Customfield Editor user permissions present, then they will be anonymized AND logged in the Customfield Editor Event Log like so:

  • userkey
  • of course no sensitive Information is logged (only the new UserKey which is anonymized)

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