I have been tasked by IT to develop and maintain a list for all of our Jira and Confluence users. Not only is there no export capability to create an excel doc that I can (slowly) extract the information required, there are no examples (that I can find) to describe how to build something in scriptrunner/groovy to achieve it.
Total user Count
Users by groups
Users by internal Jira directory
Users not in internal directory. (ex. LDAP)
I am even more confused by the fact that Jira System Info doesn't match User Management totals either! System Info says 868 but, management and userManager.getTotalUserCount() both say 712!
So which is it? :eyeroll:
Some help/hints/suggestions would be great o mighty gurus of Jira!
Hello, CJ Edwards
Consider installing our UserManagement for Jira and UserManagement for Confluence on a trial license - you will get most of the information you are after in our Bulk User Actions mode. It will give you ability to search by group, by directory, by user status, by the time of the last login (the main use case of the app) and even (lo and behold!) do a CSV export.
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A concise reporting dashboard is on our immediate roadmap - it would be great if you could share more requirements if any.
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