How to replace a Missing Permission Scheme

Kevin Paulus April 4, 2022

Someone removed the permission scheme from a project:  In project settings, it says "None".  No one can see the project or its issues.  The usual process to associate a permission scheme does not work because when I click on the "None" link of the permission scheme, Jira is not providing the option of editing permissions or using a different scheme.

As a system administrator, how do I assign a permission scheme to a project.

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Trudy Claspill
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April 4, 2022
Kevin Paulus April 7, 2022

Resolution 1 worked as advertised.  Thank you Trudy.

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Fabio Racobaldo _Herzum_
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April 4, 2022

Hi @Kevin Paulus ,

probably there's some corrupted at database level.

Please try the following workarounds https://confluence.atlassian.com/jirakb/blank-page-displayed-when-loading-permission-scheme-configuration-in-jira-server-297670208.html

Hope this helps,

Fabio

Kevin Paulus April 7, 2022

Thank you Fabio:  That is the solution.

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you're welocome @Kevin Paulus 

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If you have none during creation of the project, it means that you have deleted probably Default permission scheme and you need to recreate it in db. Here is how you can achieve it.
Stop instance and do a backup of DB first.

1. Clone permission scheme two times to not affect jira permission scheme id counter.
2. Modify value of 1st cloned scheme to 0 in db table: permissionscheme
3. Modify all permissions assigned to previous scheme :
   

select * from schemepermissions
where scheme = 0
--update schemepermissions set scheme = 0 
where scheme = 4020500  // id of first cloned permissions scheme

4. Restart instance

Now when you create a business project it should create it with default permission scheme. I assume similar will be for software scheme.

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