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Integrity will not allow access by an Admin user to edit.

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Integrity will not allow access by an Admin user to edit.

Integrity will not allow access by an Admin user to edit any Requirements Documents. I have checked that server is LDAPing correctly, that permissions are OK at global, project and type level. What else should I investigate?

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Re: Integrity will not allow access by an Admin user to edit.

The creator of the document is allowd to edit it?

Check the contraints of the types "Requirements Document" and "Requirement".

Check the "Overrides for Fields" of these types, too.

Check the visible fields of the types, too. Who has the right to edit the fields?

Check the workflow of the type "Requirements Document".

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Re: Integrity will not allow access by an Admin user to edit.

The creator of the document is allowd to edit it?

Check the contraints of the types "Requirements Document" and "Requirement".

Check the "Overrides for Fields" of these types, too.

Check the visible fields of the types, too. Who has the right to edit the fields?

Check the workflow of the type "Requirements Document".

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Re: Integrity will not allow access by an Admin user to edit.

Thank you. There was an override created by my predecessor for a particular work group. The admin in question had not been added to that user group.

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Re: Integrity will not allow access by an Admin user to edit.

Check if there is a valid transition from the current item workflow state to another state (or if a self transition exists).

Check who is allowed to make that transition.

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