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How can I find out who and when was new deployment project created?

I am writing a script to look for specific data in a sandpit database. The problem ive got is that i want any new deployment project info like who created it and when but this does not seem to be available?

Ideas?

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Foong Atlassian Team Nov 08, 2018

There isn't such data in the database but there is audit log on deployment environment created.

Try the following SQL:

SELECT dp.NAME AS "Deployment Project",
al.USER_NAME AS "Creator Username",
MIN(al.MSG_TIME_STAMP) AS "Unix Timestamp"
FROM AUDIT_LOG al
JOIN DEPLOYMENT_PROJECT dp ON dp.DEPLOYMENT_PROJECT_ID=ENTITY_ID
WHERE ENTITY_TYPE='DeploymentProject'
AND MSG='Environment created'
GROUP BY 1,2
ORDER BY 1,3

There might be more than 1 result for each deployment but you can just refer to the earliest or lowest time.

You can use this site to convert the Unix Timestamp.

If you want to check specific Deployment Project only, you can refer to the Audit Log at Deployment Project > <deploymentProjectName> > Edit Project > Audit Log

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