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How can I looking for issues that created by inactive user??



How can I looking for issues that created by inactive users?


If you are on Jira Server and have Adaptivist Scriptrunner, then you can use inactiveUsers JQL function. You can read more here

I can't use in this function - inactive() -  (I don't know What is Adaptivist Scriptrunner but maybe I don't have this)
What should I do?

Hi @Mark Seymour
 If you are using Jira Server you can install the FREE app called JQL Booster Pack throught Atlassian Marketplace and use the requested functionality.

After install this app, you should be able to create a query using inactiveUsers() function, that will allow you to find issues reported/assigned to inactive users.

You can find the complete information about this JQL function at its Function Reference page.

Kind regards.

Monique vdB Community Manager Dec 18, 2017

@Jack Nolddor -Sweet Bananas- please note our guidelines for posts by marketplace vendors -- your posts are getting caught by our spam trap because of the excessive volume of posting:

Sorry for that.

Simply I want to propose an alternate solution to this problem. It wasn't my intention to cause any problem.

Monique vdB Community Manager Dec 18, 2017

Take a look at those guidelines, @Jack Nolddor -Sweet Bananas- -- you may want to request article access so you can write an article and get the word out about your app.


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