Thanks Bob, i was hoping to be able to export from within the system as we have couple of Administrators that time to time would like to audit logins and make inactive users that have left.
With the Better Excel Plugin you can export all user information to a customizable Excel spreadsheet, post-process in Excel (if necessary) and then convert to CSV if that fits your use case better than an XLSX file.
The default Excel file will contain the following data for each user account:
here is an example how I did it:
http --auth username https://jira.url.org/rest/api/2/group/member\?groupname\=jira-users\&maxResults\=140 | jq '.values | .| .key' | tr -d '"' >> active_jira_user.txt
@Rodolfo - I do it on the terminal (bash/zsh on Linux or Unix(MacOS)) but I guess it runs on Windows CMD as well.
* Jira Rest API
* httpie - a human curl
* jq - a parser for json on commandline
* tr - a bash command to remove '"'
I believe it works with postman as well.
I hope it helps
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