I am on jira 6.1.4
Can anyone please provide me the databae query to delete a user from the database directly.
A rogue user is not allowing my test jira instance to start up, so i think the only way i can get around the problem is by deleting the user directly from the database.
I wouldn't try it.
Last time I looked, it was 18 tables, and it's no good just deleting the user, you *MUST* move the data associated with them to other users.
However, the SQL given in the doc you've found will fix the error. Note that it is NOT deleting a user, it is just removing some corrupted user-related data.
My error is the same as in this article (see the section below for MYSQL)
Now, i cant get the application to load as jira refuses to startup due to this error.
I am in the middle of a upgrade from 5.0 to 6.1
I suggest you look at the JIRADB schema and figure out the exact query/queries.
And do not forget to backup the DB before you try anything out.
If someone else could provide a complete query it will be great :)
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