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User list export

Is there a way to export the users to Excel?

5 answers

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Yes.

Better Excel app enables this, see the Exporting Jira users to Excel tutorial.

excel-user-export.png.

Thank you Aron, this worked like a charm!

Like Aron Gombas _Midori_ likes this

Great work!

Please accept my answer so that other users can see that, too.

You can use the Jira User Export app for Jira Server. It is free to download and use: https://marketplace.atlassian.com/apps/1220535/jira-user-export?hosting=server&tab=overview

 

Regards

Lasse Langhorn

I used this on our MySQL server to get a CSV export:

mysql> select id, user_name, lower_first_name, lower_last_name, active into outfile '/tmp/jirausers.csv' FIELDS TERMINATED BY ',' OPTIONALLY ENCLOSED BY '"' LINES TERMINATED BY '\n' from cwd_user;

 

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Mirek Community Leader Mar 06, 2018

Admin Tools for JIRA also give that ability (also some additional features) that you can use to administer JIRA - https://marketplace.atlassian.com/plugins/pl.com.tt.admintoolsforjira.AdminToolsForJira/server/overview

Thank you Mirek, I will look into this option too.

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Audra,

There's no way, at least to my knowledge, i use a db query for this:

SELECT    
u.user_name,    
u.last_name,    
u.first_name,    
u.email_address,    
m.parent_name,    
substring( ua_lastlogin.attribute_value, 0, len(ua_lastlogin.attribute_value) - 2 ),    
u.active
FROM [JIRA7].[jiraschema].[cwd_user] u
LEFT JOIN [JIRA7].[jiraschema].[cwd_user_attributes] ua_lastlogin on u.id = ua_lastlogin.user_id and ua_lastlogin.attribute_name = 'lastAuthenticated'
LEFT JOIN [JIRA7].[jiraschema].[cwd_membership] m on u.id = m.child_id
ORDER BY u.user_name asc, u.last_name asc, u.first_name asc, m.parent_name asc

 you need to replace JIRA7 with your db name and jirachema with your schema name,

if you're not using sql server yo can delete both

is there any way to use this with PostgreSQL?

Hi @Om Joshi

You can use the above query that @Gaston Valente shared (thank you!) but you'll need to replace the length function that he's using, in addition to the database name and schema name of course.

Before:

len(ua_lastlogin.attribute_value) - 2 )

After:

length(ua_lastlogin.attribute_value) - 2 )

Details can be found on this function in the official PostgreSQL documentation.

Please let me know if you have any questions!

Regards,

Adrian Castillo
Atlassian Support

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