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How can I remove myself from issue watchers?

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Hi, I has some automated issue creation project, which creates issue on demand. But by default Gemini tracker sends a huge number of emails alerts and I want to reduce them. I decided to use ProjectService.UpdateUserAlertCode for receive only Creted and Closed alerts and to remove myself from issue watchers. But when I trying to do that from .Net Api, the IssuesService.DeleteWatcher throws " does not have permission for: view issue watchers". But when I access to that issue via Web App, I can view issue watchers and even delete myself from the list. Is there a way to do this from .Net Api?

Thanks, Eugene!

Eugene Yasstrebov
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Eugene Yasstrebov
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Eugene,

Firstly install the Gemini Scheduler to greatly reduce the amount of email traffic.

Secondly, there is a GLOBAL option under Administration -> Notifications that you can use to stop issue creators automatically being emailed (added as watchers).

In terms of the API call, you either need to be a Gemini Administration or you must be able to view the issue. Double-check these.


Harvey Kandola
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Hello, thanks for answer, but I cannot install Scheduler service because I has no admin rights on Gemini Service, the only thing I has - is one account, that can creates issues in projects. The global settings can resolve my problem, but this would affect all users and all projects - the thing I want to avoid. I checked - this user hasn't admin rights and we didn't want to give him such permissions, but he can view and edit created by him issue through Api and WebApp, the only thing is that he cannot delete himself from watchers via .Net Api, but when this user is logged to WebApp, he can do anything with this issue and even delete himself from the watchers list.


Eugene Yasstrebov
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Saar Cohen
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Saar Cohen