JIRA access log still shows the query made for deleted project

Hi,

I have deleted a JIRA project, but I still see the query made for the deleted project(ECLIPSE) in access logs, below is the snippet.

167.99.112.80 968x124234x1 admin [17/Jan/2017:16:08:52 -0500] "GET /issues/?jql=project%20%3D%20ECLIPSE%20AND%20resolution%20%3D%20Unresolved%20ORDER%20BY%20priority%20DESC,%20updated%20DESC HTTP/1.1" 200 24786 435 "-" "Java/1.7.0_60" "uue65m"

Can you please help us understand from where this query is being hit, Is it from any JIRA internal dashboard / Filters / Subscription..etc  or can you help us with the circumstance on which this query could be called by JIRA. Based on the query parameters its evident that it's a reporting query.

We are testing this on JIRA 7.2.2, please advise, Thanks!

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Volodymyr Krupach Community Champion Jan 18, 2017

Hi Nandakumar,

I think you are right concerning the gadget and probably it's one of these two:

image2017-1-19 8:49:37.png

Thanks @Volodymyr Krupach for your reply, will check out.

Volodymyr Krupach Community Champion Jan 18, 2017

You will need to check all the boars configured by JIRA users.

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