We would like to make sure that changes made to some important pages are commented and a reply of approval (As an example). To also see if comments are being addressed when it may have to do with content important to a busy page (another example).
Hope that makes sense.
You can get at this with an SQL query and the SQL plugin. Have a look at the 'content' table. There's a column PARENTCOMMENTID. I haven't dug into the exact query you'd want to construct, but add a comment if this seems like a solution and you get stuck with the SQL.
Be careful with the SQL plugin if you've got a big instance of Confluence, or a userbase that could go nuts with it! It's a powerful (and fantastic) plugin but can have scaling problems if you're users aren't thinking about performance.
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