Bug #110511 Can't create roles with group-specific permissions.
Submitted: 27 Mar 14:09 Modified: 27 Mar 14:45
Reporter: Anika Petrovic Email Updates:
Status: Not a Bug Impact on me:
Category:MySQL Enterprise Monitor: Configuration Severity:S2 (Serious)
Version:8.0.33 OS:Ubuntu (20.04)
Assigned to: CPU Architecture:x86

[27 Mar 14:09] Anika Petrovic
MySQL Enterprise Monitor does not allow creation of roles with group-specific permissions.

How to repeat:
Description and steps to reproduce:
1. Login as manager
2. Create group
Click on Configuration and select Groups. Click on Create. Set name test-group. Click on
Assets and select and add instance test-instance.
3. Create role
Click on Configuration and select Roles. Click on Create. Set name test-role.
Click on permissions. Select Group-Specific Permissions. From dropdown select previously created group test-group. Set desired permissions. Click on Save.
Expected result: Role successfully created.
Actual result: An Error Occurred. You must select a Group is Group-specific permissions is selected for Role test-role. If no Groups exist, you must create them. (U72E1)

Suggested fix:
Fix dropdown for selecting groups.
[27 Mar 14:45] MySQL Verification Team
Hello Mrs. Petrovic,

Thank you for your bug report.

First of all, 8.0.33 edition is still not out ......

Next, MySQL Enterprise Monitor  is a commercial product/plugin and using community Bugs DB is not an appropriate place to report issues against this product/plugin. If you are Oracle customer, please open SR and we will assist you via our Support team.

Thank you.