Adding permission schemes to projects witj jelly script - how to?


I need to add 3 permission schemes to 200+ projects. I tried to search for jrlly script but I didn't find. Do you know how this script look like?

Thanks in advance,


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JIRA Command Line Interface using updateProject action with permissionScheme parameter. Use in combination with runFromProjectList to iterate over a set of projects.

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i can able to add with following script

<JiraJelly xmlns:jira="jelly:com.atlassian.jira.jelly.JiraTagLib" xmlns:util="jelly:util" xmlns:j="jelly:core">
<util:tokenize var="projectKeys" delim=",">PROJECT1,PROJECT2,..</util:tokenize>
<j:forEach var="prokectKey" items="${projectKeys}">
<jira:SelectProjectScheme projectKey="${prokectKey}" permission-scheme="Permission Scheme Name"/>

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I'm not sure a Jelly script can do that.

Are you able to install the free (and very awesome) Script Runner plugin?

If so, you could write a simple Groovy script to iterate through all the projects and assign the permission scheme using the PermissionSchemeManager. Everything you need should be accessible through static getters in the ComponentAccessor.

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