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Jira permission changes

Hi team,

we have 150 jira projects which are inactive am runing jira v7.11.1 here i d o not have disabel option so i want to change the all projects current permission scheme to one permission scheme manually doing which takes more time so can please guide me how to do this.

we can do by rest api calls but my jira rest api is not working please tell me where can i see my rest api button.(jira v7.11.1)

or

any plugins for this one to change all projects permission scm to new permission scm

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Deleted user Feb 21, 2019

Hi @Mahendar Daripalli ,

Using Bobswift Add-on Jira Command Line Interface(CLI) you will be able to change the permission schemes of projects in bulk. Below is the command that you can use. Modify the PERSCH.csv with the list of projects, the path of the file and modify the new permission scheme name and run the command.

--action runFromCsv --file C:\Users\sravy\OneDrive\Desktop\PERSCH.csv --common " --action updateProject --permissionScheme "new permission scheme"

 

Thanks,

Sravya

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