Assign Issue Security Schemes to project programatically

I am writing a REST service in JIRA 5. I have created a project and assign project permission scheme through code.

Now i want to assign default issue security scheme to project. I am unable to find such code/class/method.


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the following way we are setting securityscheme to project

Scheme issueSecurityScheme = issueSecuritySchemeManager.getSchemeObject("Scheme Name");
if (issueSecurityScheme != null)
	issueSecuritySchemeId = issueSecurityScheme.getId();
UpdateProjectSchemesValidationResult schemesResult = projectService.validateUpdateProjectSchemes(loggedInUser, permissionSchemeId, notificationSchemeId,issueSecuritySchemeId);
projectService.updateProjectSchemes(schemesResult, newProject);

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Pedro Cora Atlassian Team Oct 06, 2013

Ed, currently through REST there's no such method. Try the JIRA Command Line Interface plugin, that adds a lot of funcionalities to JIRA.

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