How to see all users permissions in all projects ?
Manager of our office wants to check all permission for all users in one place
I tried query from SQL server but it gives us old data as well
how can we do it ?
I don't have a solution, but the reason this doesn't exist is because of the scale implications. Imagine if your sever has 1000s of users and 100s of projects, perhaps lots of project roles. Then, which specific JIRA permission are you interested in? Browse issues? Create? The report you'd generate would be giant.
I'm not sure what you mean by old data, but the permissions are definitely accurate in the database. But since there are so many possibilities this isn't feasible.
It's also very hard in SQL as well. Imagine that you're just looking at a single permission in one project, such as "log work".
That line will give you a rule for access, but that access could be
In other words, this report could not only be long, but horribly complex to generate, and SQL is probably a terrible way to do it because you'll need to rebuild all the permissions logic inside your queries.
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