We create hundreds of projects a year within OnDemand. With JIRA Classic gone, every time we create a new project a new workflow and issue type scheme is created, which we nearly always change to a standardized workflow and issue type scheme.
There are now all of these orphaned workflows and issue type schemes that we never use and have to manually delete to clean up.
Is there a way to stop the automatic duplication behavior?
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I agree with the above comment. This is a badly thought out change and it took me as mentioned about 5 mins per new project to "Fix" the damage it creates. >:-(
Anyway I thought I would comment for future users as while trying other methods to fix this issue (until they put it back as an option) I discovered that if you right click on the new project link (to force it to open in a new window/tab rather than a JS & AJAX popup it opens a basic screen with no option to select schema types etc and when saved the final project uses the default schema. If this isn't the one you want it's still a LOT easier to then change it to what ever schema you want without the need to go deleting all the extra unique ones created with the new "default" method.
Hope this helps!
I have clicked on the settings cog icon (from an admin account) and then in the "JIRA ADMINISTRATOR" drop-down that appears I have clicked the "Projects" link. On the new page (which should list your projects) I then have a [+ Add Project] button towards the top right. The link that that button has is something like "[domain.com]/secure/admin/AddProject!default.jspa?....". For me right clicking on it the link in Firefox and Chrome and select "Open in a new Tab/window" and it will open a new page that asks you for the new project's: "Name", "Key" & "Project Leader" with an option to import at the bottom and [Add] button & "Cancel" link below that. I believe if you just create a valid URL using your domain and the above URL minus the domain bit and "..." at the end it will go to the correct page. :)
I just checked the What's New site (https://confluence.atlassian.com/display/Cloud/What's+New) for the last few weeks and didn't see any mention of changes to the create project functionality. Hopefully one of the types they do provide will be as clean as "Classic" was. Frankly, I'm not bothering to check because I just don't want to have to waste time cleaning up all the totally unnecessary workflows and etc that they're likely to create. You know, exactly the same problem they created for us last time they removed the "Classic" option. *You'd think they'd learn.*
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