How can I create a list, with all inactive Users?

Maybe i didn't found a way, i would like create or see a list with all inactive Users. How can I fix this?

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OH, thanks but i mean, do this over the jira webinterface.

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Tarun Sapra Community Champion Oct 29, 2013

SELECTu.user_name,u.first_name,u.last_name,u.email_address,d.directory_name fromcwd_user u joincwd_directory d onu.directory_id = d.id whereu.active = 0;

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Hi Kadir,

You can only do this easily through a query in your jira database.

Tarun has already proved the query :

SELECTu.user_name,u.first_name,u.last_name,u.email_address,d.directory_name fromcwd_user u joincwd_directory d onu.directory_id = d.id whereu.active = 0;

Best regards,

Peter

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Thank s Taun and Peter. Let s do it :)

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Or look at the groups that are listed in the Global Permissions of the permission JIRA Users. Everyone that is in that group is an active member in JIRA.

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