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Asset permissions are created within Permissions Schemes, which are then assigned to specific Asset Type Schemes and Asset Types by App Administrators. One permission scheme can be assigned to multiple types. Project permissions are able to be granted based on:

  • Jira admin role 
  • Groups
  • 'Logged In Users'

The following table lists the different types of asset permissions and the functions they secure.

Asset permissions overview

PermissionExplanation
Scheme Manager

Permission to browse, create, update and delete assets.

Browse assetsPermission to browse asset type scheme assets, use the Asset Navigator and view individual asset details
Delete asset

Permission to delete assets.

Create asset

Permission to create assets.

Update assetPermission to update assets.


It is possible to give permissions to a Asset Type Scheme to a group of users and then it is possible to give another group of users for a specific of asset types. For example developers will full access on Default Asset Types Scheme but will have no permission for Employee asset type under Default Asset Type Scheme.

Assign "Asset Type Scheme" Permissions

Open Asset type configuration page. Click on the top settings icon (on the right side of the page) and then click "Asset Type Scheme Permissions". (Asset Type Scheme is the group of assets).



Assign "Asset Type" Permissions

To set an Asset Type's permission, select Asset type on Asset Type Schemes configuration page and then click on the second settings icon (on the right side of the page) and then click "Asset Type Permissions"


Displaying summary of assigned permissions

The image below shows how to open the summary of permissions. If you open summary on Asset Type Schemes list, it will list all permissions. If you open it on a specific Asset Type Scheme configuration page, it will only display the permissions of that Asset Type Scheme.

Example:



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