Does anyone know, How do I get a list of unlicensed users in STASH using either CLI or database ? 

 

Thanks !

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Hi,

Another approach is to retrieve the list of licensed users using the method described on the How do I find which users count against my Bitbucket Server license? article.

 

This list can then be compared with the full list of users retrieved using the /REST/API/1.0/ADMIN/USERS REST API endpoint (Bitbucket Server - REST).

 

Cheers,

Caterina - Atlassian

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Jeff Thomas Atlassian Team Mar 04, 2015

Hi,

This query is for Postgres so it may need to be adapted depending on your database, but it should return the unlicensed users in your Stash instance.

select * from ( (select child_name as user_name from cwd_membership where lower_parent_name not in (select group_name from sta_global_permission where group_name is not null) and membership_type='GROUP_USER' and group_type='GROUP') except (select slug as user_name from sta_global_permission
join sta_normal_user on sta_global_permission.user_id = sta_normal_user.user_id) ) as tmp;

This is not working for Oracle database. This is throwing the following error. ERROR at line 1: ORA-00907: missing right parenthesis Appreciate, if you can send me the query for Oracle database. Thanks !

Jeff Thomas Atlassian Team Mar 06, 2015

I don't have an Oracle database readily available, but does this query work for you? select * from ( (select child_name as user_name from cwd_membership where lower_parent_name not in (select group_name from sta_global_permission where group_name is not null) and membership_type='GROUP_USER' and group_type='GROUP') minus (select slug as user_name from sta_global_permission join sta_normal_user on sta_global_permission.user_id = sta_normal_user.user_id) ) as tmp;

No. This is also not working. I get the following error. ERROR at line 1: ORA-00933: SQL command not properly ended

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