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How to Bulk Change Permission Schemes? Edited

I am looking at migrating around 75 Projects from an existing Permission scheme into a new Permission scheme. Is there any way to change them in a bulk operation rather than going into each existing project & changing the permission scheme it is associated with?

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Moses Thomas Community Leader May 29, 2018

@Zachary SinghWe have suggestion such as  this  register to  Atlassian so  for now you  can't do  it   base on the API. https://jira.atlassian.com/browse/JRACLOUD-37941

 but you  can try to  use this plugin i believe is possible

https://bobswift.atlassian.net/wiki/spaces/JCLI/pages/91881524/Documentation#Documentation-updateProject

 

I don't  have the exact  query  using this  plugin yet.

 

Best!

@Zachary Singh Did you resolve the issue? If yes, please help me out how to do it, I was in the same boat. 

@niranjan I wasn't able to do so with the plugin provide, so I ended up manually doing so. 

@Zachary Singh @niranjan  anyone please help here if it can be done using REST call ?

@Zachary Singh@niranjan@Narendra Kumar I am trying to accomplish the same for 100+ projects. Did anyone find an easy solution yet? I read about REST or had the idea of Scriptrunner, but I am not sure that this can be achieved easily.

Hi @Bernhard Kirschner  @niranjan  @Zachary Singh I've written script that will help you to change the permission scheme for multiple projects in bulk. 

Please find this as - 

java.util.ArrayList allProjectKeys = ['A','B','C','D']
for( projKey in allProjectKeys){
def result2 = put('/rest/api/2/project/'+ projKey +'/permissionscheme')
.header('Content-Type', 'application/json')
.body([
id: 111111        // ID for new permission scheme
])
.asString()

}

 

Run the above script in script-runner . Thanks!

Like Tiemco de Jong likes this

Hi @Narendra Kumar 

Can you provide me the script that should be working in Scriptrunner?

The above one is not complete I believe?

Thanks!

Hi @Wim Abts  the above script should run. You've to define the ArrayList for your project and just apply the loop and Put call.

First try to run for 4-5 projects to change the permission scheme. Let us know what error you're getting. Thanks!

Hi @Narendra Kumar 

 

This is the  error I get when running the script in the Scriptrunner console:

 

2020-11-12 09:07:50,757 ERROR [common.UserScriptEndpoint]: ************************************************************************************* 2020-11-12 09:07:50,757 ERROR [common.UserScriptEndpoint]: Script console script failed: groovy.lang.MissingMethodException: No signature of method: org.codehaus.groovy.jsr223.GroovyScriptEngineImpl.put() is applicable for argument types: (String) values: [/rest/api/2/project/HELP/permissionscheme] Possible solutions: put(java.lang.String, java.lang.Object), get(java.lang.String), putAt(java.lang.String, java.lang.Object), wait(), dump(), any() at Script56.run(Script56.groovy:3)

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