im trying to get list of admin for each space. But without success.
This is my inspiration: http://come2niks.com/?p=821
I using sql plugin with
SELECT DISTINCT T2.SPACENAME, T1.PERMUSERNAME, T1.CREATOR FROM confluence.spacepermissions T1 JOIN confluence.Spaces T2 ON T1.SPACEID=T2.SPACEID
| Application | user2 | user1|
| Application | user3 | user2|
| Application | | user3|
| Application | | admin|
user1 created user2
user2 created user3
In Space admin > Advanced i get information "Created By: admin (22. 08. 2008)".
My question is what does mean 3rd line?
If you solved or solving similar task i will appreciated for some tips or advices.
SELECT spacename, wm_concat(DISTINCT(ADMIN)) ADMIN FROM (SELECT T2.spacename, T1.PERMUSERNAME ADMIN FROM confluence.spacepermissions T1 JOIN confluence.Spaces T2 ON T1.SPACEID=T2.SPACEID WHERE T2.spacekey NOT LIKE '~%' UNION ALL SELECT T2.spacename, T1.CREATOR ADMIN FROM confluence.spacepermissions T1 JOIN confluence.Spaces T2 ON T1.SPACEID=T2.SPACEID WHERE T2.spacekey NOT LIKE '~%') GROUP BY SPACENAME ORDER BY SPACENAME
The third line in your results is telling you when the space was created, and by whom.
I think your SQL isn't quite right though, I think it'll be fetching information about individual users who have admin rights and have created a space. That won't capture the current space admins, especially if you use any groups in the permissions.
I'm not that familiar with the database though, I have to admit to writing a few lines of code in a small plugin to list users and groups with admin rights (provided a macro to display them)
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