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Jira and Confluence users exported to CSV Edited

pokalav Dec 14, 2017

Hi Team,

   This is a question for JIRA and Confluence. Can we produce a report which shows the access/permissions of each user in a CSV format?

Regards,

Venkatesh

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Aron Gombas [Midori] Community Leader Dec 15, 2017

As for JIRA, you can export the user accounts with group membership, roles per project, etc. from JIRA as explained here.

pokalav Dec 18, 2017

Hi Aron,

   Thank you!

 

Does anyone have this for Confluence?

 

Regards,

Venkatesh

Aron Gombas [Midori] Community Leader Dec 18, 2017

Up to my knowledge, this is not solved for Confluence.

A workaround you could eventually try is that you set up a dummy JIRA instance. Then you share the user accounts (using LDAP or some federated user directory) between your Confluence and the dummy JIRA. And, voila, you can export the Confluence users from JIRA!

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