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How to get inactive users of JIRA with groovy script?

Can we get list of inactive users for Jira server and JSD and Confluence users, like I need export list of users who are inactive from last 90 days at the same time they need to get notification automatically using groovy script 

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Daniel Ebers
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Oct 27, 2020

Hi Upendar,

welcome to the Atlassian Community.

"Inactive" in that sense probably means "the user was not logged in for 90 days", am I correct?
I assume that this is meant as you are planning to notify them later using a groovy script. Probably the medium will be mail.

I found the knowledge base article to determine the last login date for a user.

Based on that you can implement a mechanism to either deactive them, or, to notify them - as you explained.

For deactivating users there is a script from Adaptavist library around which gained some attention:


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