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In our environment, a few different teams will make use of different reporting capabilities in LSF Explorer in different scopes. Therefore they will be creating different reports and dashboards.
So there is the need to introduce something like a permission model for reports and dashboards that means we would need permissions like "view report" and "edit report" by "user", "same group/role", "any logged in user" and "view report/dashboard as public with a shared link". View report would include the use of filter in that case. The permissions on reports have to be granted by the owner of the report.
This would enable for example something like Team A is not able to edit the dasbhoards/reports of Team B and vice versa but they can view and/or share it.
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Thanks for supporting/considering this RFE as it will support us on using LSF Explorer with our use-cases in a multi-team way.
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