After install JIRA Software and backup, I cant login so i try to run sql command in hsql database to check user groups follow the instruction here: https://confluence.atlassian.com/jirakb/running-sql-commands-in-a-hsql-database-685900390.html
But i cant find 'jiradb' folder
For example: C:/Program Files/Atlassian/Application Data/JIRA/database/jiradb.
In database folder i only see 2 files 'h2db.mv' and 'h2db.trace'.
What do i need to do?
JIRA 7 has dropped hsql and moved to h2 as the database. You'll need to use a tool for working with h2 databases now.
However, it also makes me want to ask "why"? There's only a small handful of times that reading/writing a JIRA database is the right answer to a problem, and as you're not working on a production system, I very much doubt you have run into one of them.
I would agree in general, but stuff like automatically querying the team calender has no API support making it completely impossible to do without direct db-access. The database consistency tools work fine for a handful of elements, but ignores most other parts of the database. Once i was part of migrating 3 AD domains into 1. This forced 1.9million changes to be made on our database, something that would have been "impossible" without direct SQL access.
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