This question should be getting a new answer. You can indeed create a new project with an existing project as a template.
- When you create a new project from a template, that project is created with its own fresh set of schemes. These schemes are:
- a permission scheme
- a notification scheme
- an issue security scheme
- a workflow scheme
- an issue type scheme
- an issue type screen scheme
- a field configuration scheme
Works for JIRA 7 and above.
From the documentation:
"When you are creating a new project, select Create with shared configuration to select an existing project and to use that project's schemes. Note that when you're sharing schemes, any change to the scheme will affect all the projects using that scheme."
hi, does anybody know whether any of the cloning project add-ons you can get on-line enable cloning of other add-on data? I'm working with ATM as a Test Management Add-on to JIRA and want to be able to clone a project including Test Management set up so that I can have a full project template complete with TM aspects for use by new projects.
RE: OnDemand – ABSOLUTE INSANITY. Not having a "Copy Project" button is completely ridiculous! Who designs software that has a critical object that can be EDITED and DELETED and NOT copied. Sometimes the logic of JIRA devs completely escapes me.
NONE of these options are acceptable.
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