Good day!
It so happened that the person who has administered the JIRA is gone from our company, but did not tell us your login and password for the JIRA.
Please elaborate as much as possible to restore the login and password of the JIRA, or create a new administrator. Thanks !!!

At the moment I am not the administrator of fat and not server administrator

And if I move to another JIRA file osuser, will not work?

Please help smile

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(For me) The easiest way is to just set the new password directly within the DB.

The following statement sets the password to "123456"

UPDATE cwd_user SET credential = "{PKCS5S2}N0noJALCGdpVdKDsdV0HXg/I75w4vqNfYK7b0TQ6/eCNuVncAmd77OseO/9nG4gC" WHERE user_name='XYZ';

warning You have to change the user name wink

 

And if I move to another JIRA file osuser, will not work?

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