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  2. APPSVC-1128

Draft spec extension for altering file modes of projected binding data


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      Story (Required)

      As an OpenShift user, I want to be able to change the file modes of projected binding data using the specification API.

      Background (Required)

      Issue #1157 pointed out a deficiency in both the specification and the CoreOS API: it's currently not possible to change the file modes of the data SBO projects solely through a ServiceBinding.  APPSVC-1127 captures the effort to resolve this in the CoreOS API; this story captures the effort to move this upstream to the spec.


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      In Scope

      Drafting an extension to the specification that allows users to change the modes of their projected data through a ServiceBinding.


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      Edge Case

      Should a service binding provide granularity at the file level or the directory level?

      Acceptance Criteria

      Propose to the spec an extension enabling this behavior, allowing users to specify a file mode for projected service binding information. This should an issue.

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      Dependencies identified
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            ansadler@redhat.com Andy Sadler
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