There's two questions here.
For "template projects", you could write an add-on that provides a project template and embed code in that to automatically create a set of issues.
For "template issues", you could find or write an add-on that provides a post-function that can create issues, and tag it into the create issue process (I'd do it in script runner, but there are a number of add-ons in the market place that might be easier if you don't want to do the scripts)
Hi Nic Brough [Adaptavist] Thanks for your reply i have Groovy Runner(Script runner plugin for Atlassian JIRA). add-on so could you please let me know the process how to do with Script runner plugin.
Am not much familiar in scripting. So i will go ahead with the add-on so please let me know the process.
Ok, decide where in your process you want the issues to be created ("create" from what you've said I think), go to edit the workflow and find the "create" transition. On there, add a post-function and select the scripted functions. There is a built-in "create subtask" script you can use there!
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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