So, is there a way to change the default permission scheme for newly created project automatically.
Furthur, even I am having JIRA administrator rights. Immediately after creating a new project, the screen shows "The project isn't available" It may have been deleted or your permissions might have changed.
So, how to ensure that I will be able to see the newly created project by default.
Hi Harvinder, There are permission scheme defaults for creating a project and they can be changed after creating a project. But the only way to have altered permissions schemes from the beginning is to create a project based on another project.
You can check your permissions in Issues -> Screens.
Hope it helps.
I guess, Screens showcase different kind of screens only. And Permissions can be checked under permission scheme only. So didn't get what you mean by check under Screens for permissions.
Further, I understand that by copying an existing project you can get the same permission schemes. However, in my case if I create a new project(not by copying) the permission scheme allocated to that project is not Default Permission Scheme. It is some different project permission scheme that is coming on top rank(first number) on the page showcasing different permission schemes available on our JIRA instance.
Sorry for the inaccurate answer, try to open a ticket with the support team so they can check permissions in your instance, since you are using default scheme to create a project, it must be some other permission that can only be checked by you and them.
Sorry I could not help you.
I have multiple projects that use variations of the same base workflow. The variations depend on the requirements of the project or issue type. The variations mostly come in the form of new statuses ...
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