We have some old plugins that we want to stop using since JIRA now contains the functionallity these plugins provide.
Is there an easy way to find which workflows are using these plugins?
I have tried to look in an xml backup, but the backup is very large so it is hard to do it this way.
We also have a lot of workflows so it would be a lot of job to export each workflow to an xml.
Is there a way to export all workflows to one XML?
I used the following SQL question to find which workflows and workflowschemes that used the plugin
SELECT workflowscheme.name, workflowschemeentity.scheme, issuetype.pname, workflowschemeentity.issuetype FROM issuetype, workflowschemeentity, workflowscheme WHERE issuetype.id = workflowschemeentity.issuetype and workflowscheme.id = workflowschemeentity.scheme and workflowschemeentity.workflow in (SELECT jiraworkflows.workflowname FROM jiraworkflows WHERE jiraworkflows.descriptor like '%com.company.plugin%');
Go to the workflows section in the administration area. Right click on the XML link beside all the workflows you want to search and save them as a files to your local computer. Then search each file for what you need.
If you don't know what text to search for in the workflow then create a test workflow and add functionality from the plugin to it. See what got added to that one. From there you should be able to figure our your search string(s).
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