List all the spaces that the group has been granted permissions with the permission type:
SELECT s.SPACEKEY, sp.PERMTYPE as PERMISSIONS FROM SPACEPERMISSIONS sp JOIN SPACES s ON s.SPACEID = sp.SPACEID JOIN cwd_group g ON sp.PERMGROUPNAME = g.group_name WHERE sp.PERMGROUPNAME IN ( SELECT g.group_name FROM cwd_group g WHERE g.lower_group_name = '<group_name>' );
List all the pages that the group has been granted view/edit permissions:
select c.contentid, c.title,c.content_status, s.spacekey, s.spacename, cp.groupname, cps.cont_perm_type
cps.content_id = c.contentid and
cp.groupname = '<group name>';
Hi @Robert Duffer ,
there's now a built-in feature in Confluence Data Center for this purpose exactly. See the 7.3 release notes for details: https://confluence.atlassian.com/doc/confluence-7-3-release-notes-983794557.html#Confluence7.3ReleaseNotes-Advancedpermissionsmanagementforeasieradministration
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