I am working in a regulated environment where I have to prevent unnoticed changes to Confluence pages. If I use an attached image in a page and the page has been officially approved, it must not be possible to change the content of the page by updating the attachment.
Can I prevent updates to attachments through the permission scheme?
Or can I write a Java plugin that hooks into the upload process and cancels it if an attachment with the same name is already present? If yes, how?
I still want some people to have the edit option for the page content. I am writing a macro for an approval process in a regulated environment. When a certain version of the attachment is approved and displayed in the page as approved, it may not be possible to replace the attachment while pretending to remain approved. So I need a unique attachment identifier for each attachment and version.
Hi there, a few of us at Atlassian would love to learn about how you use "space settings" functionality in Confluence. A facelift to the space settings is long overdue and we want to start with impro...
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