Red Hat Bugzilla – Bug 454775
Move Partner Create Case Entitlement out of Legacy Entitlements
Last modified: 2011-01-31 12:48:19 EST
This addresses the current feature that allows partners to enter a case on
behalf of a customer. This is currently made available via a legacy entitlement
called Partner Case Management.
Rather than permission them individually via legacy entitlements, suggested
solution is to move this to group level permissions in I-T db.
Allow a group to be designated as a "Partner" via the I-T UI, and then associate
them to customer groups by adding those Customers to that Group.
Allow logins to be created for the Partner employees that would allow the
Partner to login to the CSP and open a case on behalf of the customer.
Allow logins for the Partner employees to view and update cases inside of Issue
Add tiers to comment permissions so that instead of public/private we have
customer visible/partner&customer visible/partner & RH visible/RH only
Any case created by the customer via their own login would be visible to the
Cases created by the partner on their own but not on behalf of a customer should
not be visible to the customer(s).
Partner logins should be able to subscribe to events for any customer case.
Moved from Jira (JBNET-2391)
Currently the way the CSP does partner cases is if a user has the legacy partner create case entitlement they can manage cases where they are part of the group using the group_users table.
Bugs are no longer tracked under this classification. CSP is now monitored in
Other | Customer Portal | Integrated app: JBoss CSP.
Please refile any current defect records or RFEs under the current