Postfunction script to lookup lower_user_name and set assignee to that user_key

I have a bit of a weird one. We have users synced through LDAP and when someone's name changes, the JIRA usernames change in cwd_user, but the user_key in app_user does not.

 

I have a field pulling from an external db to get a manager's username (call the field manager username) and based on the data in that field I would want to go into app_user and lookup where "Manager Username" field equals lower_user_name and then take the user_key in that row and set it as the assignee. How can I do this?

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Hi Cole,

I think I generally understand your need, except for the "lower_user_name" part. What do you mean by that? Do you mean that the "manager username" field contains a lowercase username, and that the Jira usernames (from LDAP) are mixed case?

David

I was just trying to find a way to connect cwd_user to app_user. Both have lower_user_name which is the same value as user_name in cwd_user, but all lowercase. If there is a better way I am all for it.

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