Is there some way to find / report on @mentions which now have an unknown user, because the user no longer exists?
We want to be able to report on this so they can be cleaned up regularly.
I can search for pages mentioning a specific user, but not broken ones.
Thanks Danny - link was malformed, it should be https://confluence.atlassian.com/confkb/how-to-get-a-list-of-all-unknown-user-in-confluence-867362827.html
Using that I get this SQL which does what I want:
SELECT um.username, c.contentid, c.title, s.spacekey
FROM CONTENT c
JOIN BODYCONTENT bc ON c.contentid = bc.contentid
JOIN SPACES s ON c.spaceid = s.spaceid
JOIN user_mapping um ON bc.body LIKE CONCAT('%<ri:user ri:userkey=\"', um.user_key, '\"%')
WHERE c.prevver IS NULL
AND c.contenttype IN ('PAGE', 'BLOGPOST')
AND bc.body LIKE '%<ri:user%'
AND um.lower_username NOT IN (SELECT lower_user_name FROM cwd_user)
Found this support article that should help you get a list of unknown users - https://confluence.atlassian.com/confkb/how-to-get-a-list-of-all-unknown-user-in-confluence-867362827.html.
Hope this helps,
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