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Is there a way to hide the TDAdmins from the Defect Module Assigned to field?

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Is there a way to hide the TDAdmins from the Defect Module Assigned to field?

We don't want the user assigning Defects to the TDAdmins.

The field currently display all users (user Groups) in the dropdown.

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Micro Focus Contributor
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We'd had to create a list with all the active users, correct?
Yes, you are right.
Would we be able to modify ALM to still reproduce the auto email notification?
Maybe a workflow code can help here.

Thank you
Regards.

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Micro Focus Contributor
Micro Focus Contributor

Hello, thanks for asking.

 

Actually there is not a method to hide a group from the Assign to in defects, but there is a workaround:

 

The Workaround consist in:

* Create a new User Defined field with a similar name (Assigned_to for example).

* Select the Type: Lookup List

* Then create a list adding only the items you need (excluding TDAdmins in this case)

 

 

After this you will have a new field called Assigned_To, which replaces the original Assigned To. We have to be clear that this is a workaround and if you already have data in Assigned To field, the movement of data need to be manual and some features like alerts won't work with the new field.

 

Thank you

Regards.

Manuel Rivera

 

Commodore Commodore
Commodore

OK  thanks for the potential solution.

The current Assigned To values come from the Users assigned to the project.

We'd had to create a list with all the active users, correct?

Would we be able to modify ALM to still reproduce the auto email notification?

 

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Micro Focus Contributor
Micro Focus Contributor
We'd had to create a list with all the active users, correct?
Yes, you are right.
Would we be able to modify ALM to still reproduce the auto email notification?
Maybe a workflow code can help here.

Thank you
Regards.

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Commodore Commodore
Commodore

Thanks for you help!

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