I'm building a knowledge base which will contain 'internal only' articles that should not be readable/searchable by anonymous users.
To achieve this, 'internal only' documents will be restricted in view for anyone but internal people.
Is there any way (user macro) to display a panel depending on the page restrictions ?
You can get a list of a page's permissions by doing this:
#set($permsList = $content.permissions)
This sets permsList to an ArrayList of com.atlassian.confluence.security.ContentPermission objects (with type, userName, groupName properties). You can then iterate over it and draw your panel based on a particular value as you would any ArrayList.
Judging from your query you would want to hide some section of a page from anonymous users, if that is the case, you might want to use ServiceRocket Visibility Plugin. The plugin will allow you to hide a section of a page which could be a warning.
Hope it helps.
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