Change Default issue type scheme for my projects

I just finish to install a JIRA server, the steps that I follow since now are:

- create a category project.

- create one project and match it with the category.

- create a issue type scheme for my project.

- TRY to use my own issue type scheme on my project.

When I try to choose a different issue type scheme for the project the browser gives me an error page (Error 330 (net::ERR_CONTENT_DECODING_FAILED):), if I enable gzip on server settings I recieve a java exceptions message.

Must I do something before choose a diferent issue type scheme or is this one JIRA's bug?

pd: I'm using JIRA version 5.1.8 on ubuntu server 12.04 x32.


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thks to all,

I test this with Jira 5.1.7 and runs well done. I agree with Ramiro that may be a bug.

Hi Cristian, it sounds like a bug to me. Just in case you should create an issue on

And just to clarify, if you installed the Jira server then the question should not be an ondemand tag, can be confusing ;)

Hope this helps!

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