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Query to Find what Content has what Visitor Groups on it

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We are in need of removing current visitor groups from our content and switching them to a different visitor group.
The Visitor groups are mapped across multiple pieces of content as well as multiple sites.

I am trying to build a SQL query for EpiServerCMS DB to piece together what content has what Visitor group associated with it so that we can pinpoint the changes and make them.

Is there a different tool I could use to access this information/is there a pre-existing query to pull this information together?

Thank you.

#217561
Feb 25, 2020 21:32
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Hi,

There wes a similar question on the forum not so long ago so it would be worth taking a look at the answers to that but, in summary, yes, there is a ready-built tool you could use to identify visitor group usage. It's called CMS Audit and it's available on the Episerver NuGet feed here:
https://nuget.episerver.com/package/?id=N1990.Episerver.Cms.Audit

#217596
Feb 26, 2020 9:44
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We supposedly tested this a year ago and it tanked our performace, but it looks like there were sufficient updates and this is quite the nifty tool.

I'd still like to discover a way to query the database directly with SQL to acquire this information, but this will do.

Thanks!

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