RolandFerugean2 October 4, 2022

Hello there:

Has anybody ever seen this table, public."AO_9BFD01_GROUP_ATTRIBUTE"? I'm tring to find out if this is from jira or from a plugin/addon, i have to maintain (Not developed by me and there is no documentation)?

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Nic Brough -Adaptavist-
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October 4, 2022

Yes it is from an app (plugin) but there's a quirk here - Jira isn't a monolithic application with a plugin framework for other people to added plugins, a lot of it the off-the-shelf functionality is implemented as plugins distributed as part of the install.

So, while an AO (active objects) table is always a plugin, it might also be part of the core!

In this case, though, it's Deviniti's Active Directory app.

Before you ask if I've somehow recognised or memorised that, no, there's a cheat sheet for looking them up at

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Aleksandra Bosacka _Deviniti_
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October 5, 2022

Hi @RolandFerugean2 and @Nic Brough -Adaptavist- 

It's Aleksandra from Deviniti - the vendor of the Active Directory Attributes Sync.

You're right that the AO_9BFD01_GROUP_ATTRIBUTE table comes from our Active Directory app, and it is meant to store information about groups attributes, which are supported in our synchronization since version 3.1.0.

Feel free to ask in case of any further questions and I'll do my best to advise!


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