Migrate from crowd to jira internal

How can I migrate all my users that were created in crowd to the Jira internal database? I'd like to stop using crowd and just utilize the internal database that Jira provides. What are the steps to do so?

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If you synchronize your user directories between JIRA and Crowd, the user data from Crowd should be present in the JIRA internal directory. From here, you should only need to remove or disable Crowd. Please refer to this page for more details.

Hello Mick,

I'd like to revive this question. I see Crowd set as an external directory and I am logged in with an admin user from the JIRA internal directory. You are saying when I deactivate Crowd now, all the users and groups are in the JIRA cache and will be synchronized to the internal directory? I am not sure if I understand this correctly.

Hi Mick,

As far as I know the migration from Crowd to JIRA internal directory invoke some complicated steps (or database hack) to change the directory id etc.

Can you explain more on this?

Hello, I'd like to know in details these steps. Did you find them? Regards, Nicolas.

And it's still an issue.

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