I have 2 questions. First one is, if I create a new project based on another one (there is an option for that) and then if I delete the original project, does the last project created on the original get affected?
Also, how can I find out what type my current project is? I can not find that information anywhere.
When you create a project using the the "shared configuration" option Jira will reuse your configuration schemes.
Removing the first project will not affect the other one. The configuration schemes are kept.
You can view the project type (software / business / service desk) in several places:
* from "projects" -> "view all projects" this is the complete list
* in a specific project: "project settings" -> "details"
No. Projects are entirely separate to each other, but they can use the same configuration settings - the "schemes" are not project objects, they're held seperately. When you delete a project, you don't touch its schemes (because they may be being used by other projects)
There is no upfront authentic information coming up from Atlassian stating which rules/automation etc is affected or not.
The feature and list of delete what happens should be clearly coming out and see majority of queries are left like from years without a proper closure.
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