Is it possible to pass something from ScriptRunner to atlassian-confluence.log?


In ScriptRunner for Jira it's pretty standard to log something in server logs to leave a mark that the script is doing something (especially something wrong).

But in ScriptRunner for Confluence I cannot find any information about passing data to server logs.

Simpliest log.warn("something") doesn't do anything, even in Logs tab of a Script Console.

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Hi Bartek,

If you update your "Logging and Profiling" settings by adding the following package name and set the log level to match your requirements, you should then see your script log output in your server logs:


I hope this helps!

Hi Stephen,

Does it require some newer version of Confluence? Because in our 5.9.6  it doesn't change anything...

OK, I double checked it and I found one place when it works in some way: /confluence-home/logs/atlassian-confluence.log

It doesn't work in catalina.out and it doesn't work in Script Console's Logs tab.

Better than nothing I guess :)

Thanks, Stephen!

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