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Susan Hanson (1.6k2190193) | asked Mar 16 '12, 12:04 p.m.
Is there a way to get a listing/query/report, something that contains every RTC user that is a member of either the project area or any team area within the heirarchy? We are looking for this for our Audit capabilities.

What happens today is when someone leaves our group, their userid in the repository remains but the repository permissions are updated so that they have no "permissions" in the repository and therefore, cannot login.

However, they "could" still be a member of one or more teams. While they can't access the repository so therefore, cannot login and do anything, we need to be able to audit those and remove their membership.

Also, we have multiple project areas and we want to be able to compare project area heirarchy membership against the access group for the project instead of just the repository.

Susan Hanson

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Jia Jia Li (8057140190) | answered Mar 16 '12, 12:26 p.m.
Same problem

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Martha (Ruby) Andrews (3.0k44051) | answered Mar 16 '12, 4:18 p.m.
JAZZ DEVELOPER
There is no built-in report or query that I am aware of.
If you are comfortable with using the REST API, you would use the Process REST API to get all project areas, for each project area, get the members collection and list the users.
Information on the API is here:
https://jazz.net/wiki/bin/view/Main/DraftTeamProcessRestApi

Martha
Jazz Developer, Process Component

Is there a way to get a listing/query/report, something that contains every RTC user that is a member of either the project area or any team area within the heirarchy? We are looking for this for our Audit capabilities.

What happens today is when someone leaves our group, their userid in the repository remains but the repository permissions are updated so that they have no "permissions" in the repository and therefore, cannot login.

However, they "could" still be a member of one or more teams. While they can't access the repository so therefore, cannot login and do anything, we need to be able to audit those and remove their membership.

Also, we have multiple project areas and we want to be able to compare project area heirarchy membership against the access group for the project instead of just the repository.

Susan Hanson

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