Confluence: Is it possible to hook into a "save page" event?

Hi

In Confluence, I would like to hook into a "save page" event (to export a PDF-version of the page.

Is this possible? If yes, can you please give me directions of how to do it? Atlassian support thinks it's probably not feasible using the APIs (XML-RPC / SOAP / RESTful), but maybe possible by writing a custom plugin.

Can you help me? Any hint is very welcome!

Thanks in advance and best regards,

Daniel

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David Simpson Community Champion Sep 12, 2012

Yes, create a new plugin with an Event Listener module e.g.

public class EventListener implements DisposableBean
{
	@com.atlassian.event.api.EventListener
	public void pageCreateEvent(PageCreateEvent event)
	{
	    System.out.println("Page Create Event");
	}

	@com.atlassian.event.api.EventListener
	public void pageUpdateEvent(PageUpdateEvent event)
	{
	    System.out.println("Page Update Event");
	}
}

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