How to fetch all user detail from a project using JQL


I want to fetch a list of all user which are assigned for a project. what i found is that i can fetch all the issues in a project. Could you provide me a way to fecth all the users associated with a project.

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You can't fetch the users using JQL I think.

What do you mean by all users assigned to project - all users participating in the projects roles ?

Do you need to fetch the users in some code (plugin using Java, script, etc..) ? If so, then you can use either the JAVA API directy or the REST API to retrieve the contents of the project's roles and all the users in those roles

Nope. JQL is for searching for issues.

"All users associated with a project" is not a useful phrase - you need to define *exactly* what you mean by that - your rules could easily be different from anyone else's guess on what it means.

I am using Rest API to fetch user detail by providing project name in


I will try using Boris approach

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