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The grant type key enum represents all the possible grant types available in Jira. A grant type may take an optional parameter value. For example: PROJECT_ROLE grant type takes project role id as parameter. And, PROJECT_LEAD grant type do not.
The actual ARI formats are documented on the various concrete grant type values.
• AnonymousAccess =
The anonymous access represents the public access without logging in. It takes no parameter.
• AnyLoggedinUserApplicationRole =
Any user who has the product access. It takes no parameter.
• ApplicationRole =
A application role is used to grant a user/group access to the application group. It takes application role as parameter.
• Assignee =
The issue assignee role. It takes platform defined 'assignee' as parameter to represent the issue field value.
• Group =
A group is a collection of users who can be given access together. It represents group in the organization's user base. It takes group id as parameter.
• MultiGroupPicker =
A multi group picker custom field. It takes multi group picker custom field id as parameter.
• MultiUserPicker =
A multi user picker custom field. It takes multi user picker custom field id as parameter.
• ProjectLead =
The project lead role. It takes no parameter.
• ProjectRole =
A role that user/group can play in a project. It takes project role as parameter.
• Reporter =
The issue reporter role. It takes platform defined 'reporter' as parameter to represent the issue field value.
• ServiceProjectCustomerPortalAccess =
The grant type defines what the customers can do from the portal view. It takes no parameter.
• User =
An individual user who can be given the access to work on one or more projects. It takes user account id as parameter.
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