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Can I find my Project Administrator?

Bob Vaughn Mar 31, 2016

As an engineer, how can I find out who my Project Administrator is?   Can I navigate within JIRA to find out?

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Michal Partyka Mar 31, 2016

i Bob,


in every project you have an information about project Lead Usually he/she is also an administrator but this is not a rule.

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Pablo Beltran Mar 31, 2016

It is easy to achieve with SQL for JIRA.

select lead from projects where key='<project key>'

You can perform the SQL query above from the built-in SQL console on JIRA or remotely via JDBC.

PROJECTS table model description.

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