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Is there a way to use Automation to monitor if there are changes made to Jira Service Accounts?

As a Jira admin, I want scripts that monitor Jira Service Account permission modification. This is to ensure changes aren't made to permissions after initial setup has been completed. This would be for users that are created in the local Jira directory.

  • Monitor
    • local user creation
    • local user group membership updates
  • Alerts
    • Email should be sent when changes are detected



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Nic Brough -Adaptavist-
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Aug 24, 2022

Automation does not yet have any administrative triggers.

You'll need to get hold of one of the scripting apps which can be used to create listeners that could pick up on user change events.

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