Screen Scheme - Defines which screens are going to be used for which operation (create, view, edit)
Issue Type Screen Scheme - Defines which Screen Scheme (above) is going to be used for which issue type
Here's an example
You have 2 screens:
You create Screen Scheme 1 "Screen Scheme A" with
You create Screen Scheme 2 "Screen Scheme B" with
You create a new Issue Type Screen Scheme "Issue Type Screen Scheme X" with
So, as a recap , now when a project has specified "Issue Type Screen Scheme X", on issue type:
Example you have 3 issue type (Bug , Error , Task) , and you need to have differents screen for each one , so in this case you need to have for each issue type a screen scheme .
Note: Screen scheme contain Create , Update and view ... screens.
So if you have not this requirement , mean you have the sames screens for all issue type , you do not need to get a screen scheme for each issue type .
Hope it's clear for you now
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