how to pull all users tied to project with JQL

I am trying to figure out how to pull all users that are associated with a project. I found that I can pull all issues that are associated to a project with the users assigned to those issues, but if there are users that have not been assigned an issue, how can I pull them as well.

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JQL is for getting issues, not users.

If you want to see users "tied to a project", you are going to need to do two things

1. Define exactly what "tied" means. Is it simple like "can see project?" or something more complex like "is a developer, or can be assigned, or can create, and has a J in their name". This question has come up a few times, and people get annoyed because they can't get an answer, but they don't get any answer because they simply can't tell us *their* definition of "user is in project". Mostly because they haven't thought it through properly.

2. Once you have a rule, you'll need code to extract the list.

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