Is is possible to figure out how many pages are secured from archiving by noarchive label?

Were using the Confluence Archiving Plugin in Confluence 5.8.14.

It would be interesting to get a number of pages compared to the actual amount of pages that are 'secured' from the archiving process by adding the label 'noarchive' or 'noarchive-single'

Is there a query or some report I can use to get the number?

Regards

Harald

 

 

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Stephen Deutsch Community Champion Mar 29, 2016

Well, if you want to get the number of pages that have the label "noarchive" or "noarchive-single", then you could just search for 

type:page AND labelText: noarchive*

and you could probably get the full number of pages by searching for 

type:page

Thanks Stephen, but there is some additional condition:

pages with label 'noarchive' also secure their child pages from beeing archived, so the search for

labels would not match all pages affected.

 

 

Stephen Deutsch Community Champion Mar 29, 2016

I see, I've never used the Archiving plugin, so I wasn't completely aware of how it works. I'll have to think of something else then...

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