I am migrating a few project from a Jira server A (v 6.1.2) to Jira server B (v 6.1.2). The migration process in itself i have carried out a number of times before and though laborious, it works.
The problem I am facing this time is a bit of a different scenario I have come across first time.
In Jira Server A there are 2 Projects P1 and P2. Number of issues in these 2 projects links to each other. This time I am only migrating project P1 from Jira server A to B.
Now, how can I make sure that links in P1 still point to P2 on old server and links in P2 points to P1 in new server. I have tried going through different Jira documents and ended up finding nothing. Google search also didnt get me anywhere.
Has some done a similar migration earlier? Is there any way to ensure that links do not break.
Didnt work :'(
To my suprise link are not writtent at all. What I mean is.
Case-1: Issue from P1 links to another issue from P1. These links are imported fine.
Case-2: Issue from P1 links to an issue from P2. These links are not added at all. I couldn't find an entry for such links even in the database.
Any idea what could be happeing here? Is it somekind of limitation in Jira project import process?
I have migrated project from ondemand to JIRA standalone 6.2.3 version. After migration i cann't able to login as sysadmin.
sysadmin user is member of administrator, system-administrators group. But not in jira-user group. https://confluence.atlassian.com/display/JIRA051/Retrieving+the+JIRA+AdministratorThis link i used to recover my sysadmin password. But i cann't. Can you please know any other alternative is there to recover sysadmin password.
Thanks for your reply.
I didn't add user in the group. I have checked that there is no jira-administrators group in the cwd_group table.
select perm_parameter from jiraschema.schemepermissions where PERMISSION=0;
select perm_parameter from jiraschema.schemepermissions where PERMISSION=44;
select child_name,parent_name from jiraschema.cwd_membership where parent_name='jira-administrators';
child_name | parent_name
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