This question is in reference to Atlassian Documentation: Project Import fails with Unexpected import failure
how do you get the database out of read only mode to run the delete? I'm using the inbuilt DB
You don't. There is no "read only" mode for the internal database (there isn't for external ones either - JIRA won't start if you hook it up to a database it can't get full read/write access to)
I suspect what you need to do is shut down JIRA completely, then connect your database editing tool to the hsql/h2 database in read/write mode (if the tool has any distinction) to do the edits.
while connecting to H2 db, you need to set access mode in JDBC URL as:
jdbc:h2:file:C:\Program Files\Atlassian\Application Data\JIRA/database/h2db;ACCESS_MODE_DATA=rws
String url = "jdbc:h2:~/test;ACCESS_MODE_DATA=rws";
ACCESS_MODE_DATA=rws will enable your delete permission.
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