Finding not used project roles

As within a time JIRA project roles get bigger than Admin expectations, I'm looking for a way to detect those project roles which are not used.

I see here two ways:

1. SQL - magic for me

2. rest api - /rest/api/2/project/{projKey}/role and then went trough each role to collect empty one

 

Did someone have had similar optimization task?

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I find SQL for that purpose. It can be easily modified to find groups also.

 

SELECT p.pname, pr.NAME, pra.roletype, u.display_name
FROM projectroleactor pra
INNER JOIN projectrole pr ON pr.ID = pra.PROJECTROLEID
INNER JOIN project p ON p.ID = pra.PID
INNER JOIN app_user au ON au.lower_user_name = pra.ROLETYPEPARAMETER
INNER JOIN cwd_user u ON u.user_name = au.user_key
order by p.pname, pr.name, u.display_name

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Hi Marcin,

 

If the list is not very long, this can be done manually via the Project Role Browser (/secure/project/ViewProjectRoles.jspa) and then clicking on 'View Usage' for each Project Role.

 

Thanks

Daniel, you are right. That's another option. My case is focused on large instance so i will stay with rest.

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