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Get repository wide audit logs



I was looking to get repository wide audit logs, which provides details who has access to the repository and who are allowed to push to master/develop branches of the repository. Is that possible to get this kind of audit logs based on timestamp?

Let me know.



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Patrik S
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May 23, 2023

Hello @d_acharya and thank you for reaching out to Atlassian Community!

If you would like to check the users/groups that currently have access to a repository and their level of access, this can be achieved by navigating to Repository Settings > Repository permissions. There you will see all the users and groups that have direct or inherited permissions to the repository in question.

As for the users that have permission to push to a given branch, this can be checked in Repository Settings > Branch restrictionsBranch restrictions are used to control the permissions at the branch level, for example, which users have access to push to a specific branch or branch pattern. If a given branch does not have branch restrictions applied to it, this means any user that has write access to the repository can push to that branch.

However, if you are looking for the history of events in your workspace, you can access the workspace audit logs by navigating to Workspace Settings > Audit logs. Unfortunately, clone/pushes to repositories are not currently included in the Audit logs, and we have the following feature request to add those events in the logs as well : 

We recommend adding your vote there to demonstrate your interest, and also mark yourself as a watcher to be notified whenever there's any update on the implementation of that feature.

Thank you, @d_acharya !

Patrik S

Thanks for the response.

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