Adhoc workflows plugin and page activity log

I haven't been able to find any help from comalatech so I'm hoping maybe someone else has encountered and resolved this issue. We're using the adhoc workflows plugin for page approvals which logs the page activity of state changes. However, I've found that if a user Rejects a page, the previous approvals that were logged in the page activity are removed. This is a big issue for keeping track of approvals, nothing should be removed from the activity log. I'd really like to know if there is a way to resolve this in the markup or another configuration setting that I missed.

Confluence v4.1, adhoc workflows 3.2.5

Here is the workflow.

{workflow:name=Document Review & Approval}


An Approvals Workflow with five stages (Draft, Ready for Review, Approved, Published and Update Pending). Staff edit pages, and assign reviewers when ready. Once Approved by assigned Reviewers, the owner of the page is notified that it is ready to be Published. Once published by the owner, content changes are Published, and viewable by non-participants.





{state:Draft|submit=Ready for Review}


{state:Update Pending|submit=Ready for Review}


{state:Ready for Review|approved=Approved|rejected=Update Pending}



{state:Approved|approved=Published|rejected=Update Pending}



{state:Published|final=true|updated=Update Pending|hideselection=true}



{send-email:user=@Owner@|subject=Page ready to be published}

The page @page@ has been approved by [~@user@] and is waiting to be published.





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Oops! noticed you had submitted the issue already. Following up there


We quickly tried your workflow and we were not able to reproduce your problem.

Could you submit a ticket on ?

Please provide screenshots of the page's activity after the rejection (Tools > Page Activity) and we will look into it.


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