Is there a way to find JIRA Project name by Groups

Hi All,

I have a requirement to find out JIRA And Confluence Project names by Groups. I have a list of Groups with me and want to find out which JIRA project and Confluence spaces are using these groups.

Any SQL or other way to find out will be much appreciated. Many thanks for your time and help.

 

Best Rgds,

Prashant.

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This isn't really easy for JIRA - a group could be used by a project in all sorts of disparate ways.  The obvious one to start with is to look at the groups used in the project roles, but you'd also need to check the workflows (no SQL to do that - you'd need to parse the xml for the flow after fetching it), custom fields, security levels, notification schemes, and I'm sure I've left out a few other places.

Confluence is slightly easier, as it's quite rare to use groups outside the space permissions and restrictions.

But we can't give you simple SQL for this, that's a minor project in itself.

The question really becomes why do you want to do this?

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