We'll add the ability to change synchronizer owner in one of the future versions, likely in Structure 2.7.
Meanwhile, there's a hack that involves using Script Runner plugin. If you're keen to try that, install Script Runner and execute the following Groovy script.
It's recommended to run the script during a quiet time, when there are no changes that the synchronizer could process. Alternatively, disable the synchronizer, run the script, then resync and enable again.
import com.atlassian.jira.ComponentManager def plugin = ComponentManager.getInstance().getPluginAccessor().getPlugin('com.almworks.jira.structure') def syncManager = plugin.getModuleDescriptor('sync-manager').getModule() def synchronizer = syncManager.getInstalledSynchronizer(3) // 3 is the synchronizer ID synchronizer.myDefinition.setUserKey('tom') // tom is the new owner userkey syncManager.updateDefinition(synchronizer.myDefinition) return 'ok’
Hope this helps!
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