I recently observed the following: I wanted to delete an old (deprecated) workflow. However, when I try to delete it, I get the following error message:
Scheduled workflows cannot be deleted. Please delete the corresponding schedules first.
However, there are no schedules in this project (and this WF is not shared to any other projects). I then tried to access the schedule listed in the API response. However, I get a 403 error when trying to access the schedule:
User with id xxx is not allowed to read schedule with id xxx.
As I am Domain Admin, I did not expect that I would not have access to a schedule.
I then tried the same thing (API request for the schedule ID) with the superadmin, and this works. I can see that the schedule is not assigned to any projects, and the owner is a Domain Admin as well.
Is it true that a Domain Admins does not have access to resources that are not part of any project?