@PublicApi public class


extends AbstractFixedPermissionCondition
   ↳ com.atlassian.jira.plugin.webfragment.conditions.AbstractWebCondition
     ↳ com.atlassian.jira.plugin.webfragment.conditions.AbstractFixedPermissionCondition
       ↳ com.atlassian.jira.plugin.webfragment.conditions.UserIsAdminCondition


This class is designed for plugins to consume (call its methods).

Clients of @PublicApi can expect that programs compiled against a given version will remain binary compatible with later versions of the @PublicApi as per each product's API policy as long as the client does not implement/extend @PublicApi interfaces or classes (refer to each product's API policy for the exact guarantee---usually binary compatibility is guaranteed at least across minor versions).

Note: since @PublicApi interfaces and classes are not designed to be implemented or extended by clients, we may perform certain types of binary-incompatible changes to these classes and interfaces, but these will not affect well-behaved clients that do not extend/implement these types (in general, only classes and interfaces annotated with @PublicSpi are safe to extend/implement).

Class Overview

Checks if this user has the global admin permission. This was previously implemented in jira-core but has been moved into the API for 6.1.


Inherited Fields
From class com.atlassian.jira.plugin.webfragment.conditions.AbstractFixedPermissionCondition
Public Constructors
@Internal UserIsAdminCondition(PermissionManager permissionManager)
Inherited Methods
From class com.atlassian.jira.plugin.webfragment.conditions.AbstractFixedPermissionCondition
From class com.atlassian.jira.plugin.webfragment.conditions.AbstractWebCondition
From class java.lang.Object
From interface com.atlassian.plugin.web.Condition

Public Constructors

@Internal public UserIsAdminCondition (PermissionManager permissionManager)


This constructor is an internal implementation detail and will change without notice.

Clients that depend on @Internal classes and interfaces can not expect to be compatible with any version other than the version they were compiled against (even minor version and milestone releases may break binary compatibility with respect to @Internal elements).