I´m trying to set "Default issue type scheme" for all my projects, but it only has "Epic" issue type assigned, and I need all standard issue types to be available.
When I edit the scheme, it does not show the "Available issue types" component, which it is present when editing any other scheme (see attached screen capture).
As a workarround I could create a new scheme, but I´d like to use the default.
Hello Raynard, thank you for your quick answer. I can´t find steps to get to that screen. When I clic on Jira Administration > Issues > Issue Type Screen Schemes, I see the list of schemes and options for each are: Edit | Associate | Copy. If I edit, I see the screen I just added to my post, where there are no issue types to select.
If I clic on Associate, it shows me the list o projects assigned to any other schemes.
Thanks for your answer.
Actually, it seems that it's a normal behaviour for Atlassian : https://jira.atlassian.com/browse/JRASERVER-59866?focusedCommentId=884853&page=com.atlassian.jira.plugin.system.issuetabpanels%3Acomment-tabpanel#comment-884853
But it's not consistent with the following KB article : https://confluence.atlassian.com/jirakb/issue-types-missing-blank-or-duplicated-in-issue-type-schemes-in-jira-server-226169285.html
So I don't understand Atlassian position ...
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