Is there a way to customize JIRA's project creation process such that default schemas are not used but another customized schema is used instead?

Lets say we have created custom schemes to fit our bussiness processes and we would like to use those schemes in place fo the defaults upon creation of new projects. is this possible?

Thanks

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You can use the copy project action which is included in Jamies Echlin's Groovy Script Runner plugin. This lets you create a project by copying it from an existing one. This action attaches the source project's schemes to the target project. It also makes the custom fields that are available in the source project available in the target project by duplicating the field configuration contexts.

Thanks for the tip Deiter. But is there any other way that could be changed in the source code that tells the system to use a particular schme instead? something similar to this http://confluence.atlassian.com/display/JIRA044/How+to+Remove+%27NONE%27+from+a+Select+List+Custom+Field

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