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Making Bugzilla Private

Taskin
How can i use bugzilla for private projects which shall not be public?

a) There is possibility to signup for free. I could simply delete the .cgi
file but i dont know if its the finest solution. I dont know if there are
other possibilities to get into system

b) with simply calling of query /show_bug.cgi?id=2 everyone who is not
authentificated can see tasks.

I met bugzilla and felt in love in it but must have projects private.

Suggestions are welcome

WAP3 GmbH
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Re: Making Bugzilla Private

Michael Goettsche-4
On Tuesday 18 April 2006 10:48, Taskin wrote:
> How can i use bugzilla for private projects which shall not be public?
>
> a) There is possibility to signup for free. I could simply delete the .cgi
> file but i dont know if its the finest solution. I dont know if there are
> other possibilities to get into system

Set the following parameter in your data/params file:
'createemailregexp' => '.*'
to
'createemailregexp' => ''

>
> b) with simply calling of query /show_bug.cgi?id=2 everyone who is not
> authentificated can see tasks.

Set
'requirelogin' => '0'
to
'requirelogin' => '1'

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Re: Making Bugzilla Private

Michael Bellomo
You can also just use the edit params page once Bugzilla is up and running.  Those pages explain what each parameter does, etc.

Michael Goettsche wrote:
On Tuesday 18 April 2006 10:48, Taskin wrote:
  
How can i use bugzilla for private projects which shall not be public?

a) There is possibility to signup for free. I could simply delete the .cgi
file but i dont know if its the finest solution. I dont know if there are
other possibilities to get into system
    

Set the following parameter in your data/params file:
'createemailregexp' => '.*'
to
'createemailregexp' => ''

  
b) with simply calling of query /show_bug.cgi?id=2 everyone who is not
authentificated can see tasks.
    

Set 
'requirelogin' => '0'
to
'requirelogin' => '1'

Michael.
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