last user login database

I am currently working on a script to deactivate users which havent logged in for a period of time. This should be based on the last login time of time. According to the jira documentation a sql query for lastauthenticated should do it:

But ( if i didnt get anything wrong) some users dont have lastauthenticated but login.lastLoginMillis. Whats the difference between those values?

ps: jira version 6.0.3



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Hi Roman,

I believe that "login.lastLoginMillis" indicates the last login in milliseconds. I think they both indicate the same value, but for older JIRA version, it was used the "login.lastLoginMillis" whilst in the new JIRA versions the used one is lastauthenticated. If the user haven't authenticated in the new JIRA versions, probably they won't have the data inside the new column. that's my assumption, so I'll leave this question open as another person can confirm my thoughts.



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