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I am using jira server, version 7.12. Default audit log doesn't contain any information about custom field context changes (i.e project removed/added, options changes, user who made changes and etc.). I glad to know how I can get information about made changes with groovy or with other options. I know "Auditor for Jira" plugin give all information about fields, but I can't install it in my instance
There are any way to get logs ?
Related issue - https://jira.atlassian.com/browse/JRASERVER-68425
Thanks in advance.
The issue is that if the data isn't there, there is nothing to view.
And underneath it all, if those actions don't generate a system event, then there is no option to create your own listener to log this information.