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User added to DQ project able to modify his/her own Role. Very poorly designed breaking security requirements
The user added to DQ project is able to modify Role assigned to him/her. Only the DQ project owner should be allowed to add users and assign Roles. This is a poor design breaking the security rules. This needs an enhancement to change these roles by Project owner only. Thanks
Steps to reproduce:
Login to ICP4D with User A
Create a DQ Project
Go to Settings
Go to Users and Groups
Click on Add Users and Groups
Select a random user , lets say User B
Select the User B and assign "Information Analyzer Data Steward" role.
Click on Save
Now logout from ICP4D
Login to ICP4D with User B
Navigate to Projects that was created in Steps 2
Go to Settings
Click on User B
Now Assign role Information Steward Business Analyst
Expected Result: User B should not be able to change his/her role.
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