[JIRA] Broken Permission Schemes?

Edit (24 May): Spoiler alert! There’s a better way.

I came across a corrupted JIRA database with all projects lost their permission schemes.

From the database, I believe this happens when corresponding records were deleted from the NODEASSOCIATION table. Whatever the cause is, you’ll notice the following log entry in atlassian-jira.log when this happens:

2017-05-23 02:57:18,363 WARN [permission.DefaultPermissionSchemeManager]: No permission scheme is associated with project ''

The problem is, (in JIRA 7.1.x) when you navigate to Project Administration –> Permissions to associate it with a scheme, you’ll see an empty page. For a newly created project Default Permission Scheme should show up, but now it absolutely has no permission scheme. It’s lost.

So, here’s the expensive but easy solution. Use the Script Runner add-on. Execute this Groovy code in the script console and it will fix everything in a minute!

import com.atlassian.jira.component.ComponentAccessor;
import com.atlassian.jira.ComponentManager;
import com.atlassian.jira.bc.project.ProjectService;
import com.atlassian.jira.bc.project.ProjectService.UpdateProjectSchemesValidationResult;

def projectService = ComponentManager.getComponent(ProjectService.class);
def currentUser = ComponentAccessor.getJiraAuthenticationContext().getLoggedInUser();

Long permissionSchemeId = 10000; // ID of the permission scheme that you wish to associate to each project
Long notificationSchemeId = null;
Long issueSecuritySchemeId = null;
ProjectService.UpdateProjectSchemesValidationResult validationResult = projectService.validateUpdateProjectSchemes(currentUser, permissionSchemeId, notificationSchemeId, issueSecuritySchemeId);

ComponentAccessor.getProjectManager().getProjectObjects().each {
  projectService.updateProjectSchemes(validationResult, it);
}

As it can be understood from the code, you can fix Notification Schemes and Issue Security Schemes using the same way.

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