How to find bulk update user id in the jira logs? Edited

Hi Team,

I have been looking in jira logs ( stdout,log and server logs) to find out the user id that has been done in bulk update.But. no clue.

One user has done bulk update on 2300 records and set the fixversion value to it.

In the each issue of 2300 ,on history tab it is showing his user id, but how we can find/investigate through the logs to confirm.

And also, how to find who added the fixversion value to the project version field.?

Regards,

Suresh

 

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Henning Tietgens Community Champion Oct 24, 2017

Hi, you could see who added a version to a project in the audit log (type "gg" and than "Audit Log").

Regarding the update, why do you think the information shown in the history tab is not correct?

Thanks  Henning, i was able to see who added the value through audit logs.

Regarding update,just for more evidence

Henning Tietgens Community Champion Oct 24, 2017

You may find more evidence in the access_log files if you search for "bulkedit".

I am unable to find bulkedit on this particular user. we are looking access_logs on date, when the update happen.

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