Another way to achive this is by writing a little usermacro.
## @param groupname:title=Group Name|type=string|required=true|desc=The Name of the Group #set($containerManagerClass=$action.class.forName('com.atlassian.spring.container.ContainerManager')) #set($getInstanceMethod=$containerManagerClass.getDeclaredMethod('getInstance',null)) #set($containerManager=$getInstanceMethod.invoke(null,null)) #set($containerContext=$containerManager.containerContext) ## the user accessot gives you access to the users #set($userAccessor=$containerContext.getComponent('userAccessor')) #foreach( $group in $userAccessor.groupsAsList ) #if( $group.toString().equals($paramgroupname) ) There are $userAccessor.getMemberNamesAsList($group).size() users in the group $group #end #end
This macro with an example name "usercount" can now be used by using the following macro call at a page:
In this case, maybe you can open the page with the following URL:
"<Your Confluence base URL>/admin/users/domembersofgroupsearch.action?membersOfGroupTerm=<The name of your group>"
The page will display the member of this group .
Also, you can use the "user list" macro in a page to list the user in a group. :)
Hope this help.
Thank you Yilin.
I really needed some way without having to access the database, since it is something that should manage the Level 1 technical support, and they do not perform queries to database.
Indicate the total number of a listing is a necessary and available information in most applications. Would not this be included in Confluence?
May be you can try the following SQL statement, hope this hlep:
select cu.user_name,cu.active,cu.first_name,cu.last_name,cu.email_address from cwd_user cu join cwd_membership cm on cu.id=cm.child_user_id join cwd_group cg on cm.parent_id=cg.id where cg.group_name='confluence-users';
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