Find inactive users in Confluence

I would like to get a list/report of users who have not logged in in a long time so I can deactivate them. I found way of getting that report from this page: https://confluence.atlassian.com/display/CONFKB/How+to+Identify+Inactive+Users+in+Confluence

SELECT username, successdate
FROM logininfo
ORDER BY successdate;

However, when running this query, it will give me the username as this: 8a18e83e42f2b5cd01431e920fba0030 and that doesn't tell me anything.

Is there a way that I could get the real username?

Is there a more complete statistic report that you recomend?

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Davin Studer Community Champion Feb 20, 2014

Here you go.

select M.username, L.SUCCESSDATE
from logininfo L
inner join user_mapping M on L.USERNAME = M.user_key
order by L.SUCCESSDATE

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