How to filter stash internal users from ldap

I am trying to get the list of users who i have created using the stash internal directory option. There doesn't seem to be an option. Is there a way to use the jql to do this ? when i tried the jql : 



I am getting the below message : 


{"errors":[{"context":null,"message":"User search does not exist.","exceptionName":"com.atlassian.stash.exception.NoSuchUserException"}]}

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Hi Harish,

If you just want to query Stash for a list of users you can use the following REST API:

This will return a JSON document containing users. It is a paged API so if you have a large number of users you may need to make multiple calls. See

The Stash REST API documentation can be found here:

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Ignacio Pulgar Community Champion Nov 24, 2015

I think JQL queries return issues, not users, and therefore there's no way of achieving what you need through JQL.

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