Jira MySQL query that returns project names, that...

Hi every one. Need help with SQL query that will return me names of all projects, in witch "SOME GRUP" is not member of "SOME PROJECT ROLE"

Somthing like:

SELECT * FROM projectname WHERE jira-group(or user) NOT IN project-role;

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Right answer is:

select projects.pname from jira.project as projects 

inner join jira.projectroleactor as pa on pa.PID = projects.ID 

inner join jira.projectrole as pr on pr.ID = pa.PROJECTROLEID

where pa.ROLETYPEPARAMETER = "<here my group name>" and pa.PROJECTROLEID != 10800

 1080 i got from jira.projectrole and its ID of my needed project role.

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Is it mandatory requirement to use SQL only? Could you use REST, for example?

In my case it`s the only way to get needed information.

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Alexey Matveev Community Champion Oct 30, 2017

That would the SQL Query

select * from jira.project a where not exists
(SELECT pid FROM jira.projectroleactor b where
roletypeparameter = 'USER OR GROUP' and a.id = b.pid)

Thank you, so much. You answer is not absolutely applicable in my case, but it gave me right direction. 

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