Can i associate two permission scheme to same project

i have created two different permission scheme ,can i associate this two permission scheme to same project . so that i can change permission according to there issue type selected

as i had tryed we can associate only one permission scheme to one project, but i want to add two persmission scheme acording to there issue type selected

i can add multiple issue type,workflow,screen but not permission

plz guide me through steps..

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No You cannot associate two permission schemes to a single Project , you can associate a single permission scheme to multiple project ,

1.actuly i have one project which have issue type ,workflow,screen and its own permission i have created another issue type,screen, workflow ,permission scheme i m associating this another issue type, screen ,workflow to first one project, that part i have done ,but cant able to associating permission scheme, when m trying ,first permission scheme has been remove , that i dont want, i want both permission so that i can select it according to issue type selected

i dont want to combine both permission ,it will take too much time for editing, i have 150 project which have its own permission and i am adding another issue type ,screen workflow and its permission to each 150 project,

Thomas Schlegel Community Champion Jan 02, 2013

It's not possible. Face the truth.

At a time only one scheme will be associated to a project . When you associate a new scheme the old scheme will be removed and the project will follow the new scheme . This is a default behaviour of JIRA .

I did not get what you are trying to achieve , why you need two permission schemes ? you may have to analyse and accordingly merge the two permission schemes into one .

Permissions are done at a Project level, not Issue. End of story.

You will need to merge the permissions, or keep your projects separate.

Thank you ,now i understood will try to merge it

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Thomas Schlegel Community Champion Jan 02, 2013

This is not possible, as far as I know.

How about creating two separate workflows for the two issue types, and defining transition conditions within the two workflows?

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