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With WSO2 Identity Server you can easily count the users and roles using Management Console and Admin Services.
First, you should download the product and configure this feature. Follow the below steps to do this:
  1. Download the product from the WSO2 product page.
  2. Enable the JDBC User store as the primary user store. Refer here to configure a JDBC User Store.
  3. Add the below property inside <UserStoreManager class="org.wso2.carbon.user.core.jdbc.JDBCUserStoreManager"> configuration in <IS_HOME>/repository/conf/user-mgt.xml.

    <Property name="CountRetrieverClass"></Property>
  4. Change the HideAdminServiceWSDLs property in <IS_HOME>/repository/conf/carbon.xml to false to get access to the WSDL's of the admin services.

  5. Start the server.

Once you are done with the configurations, you can count the users and roles using one of the following ways:

Using the Management Console

You can access the user store count using the managemet console. Follow the steps below to do this:

  1. Log in to the Management Console and navigate to users and roles.
  2. Under Users, you see a new table named "Count Users" where you can count (by clicking Count Users button) the number of users in each domain for different claims and user name patterns etc. (In this example '%admin' is given as search pattern) 
  3. Similarly, under Roles, you see a table named Count Roles where you can count roles in different user store domains.

Using the Admin Services

Access the WSDL of UserStoreCountService service by browsing https://localhost:9443/services/UserStoreCountService?wsdl. If the WSDL is loading, access the methods of the service through SoapUI. Here, you will have access to additional methods (CountByClaimsInDomain, countClaims) than from the Management Console.

Currently, this feature supports only JDBC User Stores. But users have the capability to extend this feature by writing their own class and implementing the correct interfaces.
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