I'm trying to get a filtered user list with JIRA CLI. My goal is to get all users without "@mycompany.com" in the username.
I succeed to run the command line with the --name "@all" argument:
--action getUserList --name "@all"
So, I added a regular expression to filter the results:
--action getUserList --name "@all" --regex "^[^@]*$"
Unfortunately, it returned all the users (included the users with @mycompany.com in their username).
I'm wondering if the regular expression applies on username only or on all the user metadata (e.g. username, full name, email) ?
I'm using JIRA Core 7.4.1 with JIRA CLI 6.8.0.
I'm not sure if the regex is being applied to just username or the full meta data. But I don't think your regex will return the results you want here. I was playing with some sample data on Regexr and I think I came up with a regex that should be able to return a list of users, minus the ones at @mycompany.com
Try this out for the regex part:
This uses a negative lookahead function. First it's looking to match the first firstname.lastname@example.org and those results are discarded outright. From there it's just trying to find any valid email address that follows the format of email@example.com
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