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Noticed [JIRAUSER##] instead of Jira Id in history. Has something changed?

Hello -

I was researching a question for a Jira ticket and I noticed the [JIRAUSER###] tag instead of the jira id we assigned to that user (I've attached a snip below.)

Thanks!

Stacy

 

JIRAUSER.PNG

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Niranjan Rising Star Sep 23, 2020

Hi @Stacy Haller ,

I believe that user could have been renamed. You are seeing this bug

https://jira.atlassian.com/browse/JRASERVER-61871

I tried to search for an answer, but only kept finding ways to add a user id, etc.

Thank you for your response!

Stacy

I just stumbled upon this.  

 

You can translate a JIRAUSERxxxx to username via an api call

 

<JIRAURL>/rest/api/2/user?key=JIRAUSERxxxx

Thomas I'm New Here Sep 08, 2022

Thanks! - that's just what I needed.

If anyone is interested, to find a JIRAUSER key the alternate is:

<JIRAURL>/rest/api/2/user?username=<username>

Noting they may not have a JIRAUSER key.

@Stacy Haller 

Have you found any solution for this issue?

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