Is there a way to get a list of pages within a space, and their associated labels?

We have about 100 "content" pages in a space (today). When we create "content" pages, we are supposed to attach 4 labels and keep them updated, and then I have "grouping" pages that use the "Page Properties report Macro" to display "content" pages matching a specific label.

 

The issue and risk I am finding is that it's possible that if labels aren't updated (or even worse, were never attached), "content" pages could get lost if they never show up in the "grouping" pages.

 

Is there a way to see any of these lists?:

  • all pages in a space that do not have a label
  • all pages in a space that does not have one of these labels (Label_a, Label_b)
  • all pages in a space, with their labels listed beside them
  • all pages in a space, with their labels and page properties 

Thank you.

We're using Confluence 5.5.2.  

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  1. I was able to create a User Macro to display all pages in the space that do not have a label.  Here is the code:

    ## @noparams
    #set($containerManagerClass=$action.class.forName('com.atlassian.spring.container.ContainerManager'))
    #set($getInstanceMethod=$containerManagerClass.getDeclaredMethod('getInstance',null))
    #set($containerManager=$getInstanceMethod.invoke(null,null))
    #set($containerContext=$containerManager.containerContext)
       
    ## the pageManager gives you access to the pages
    #set($pageManager =$containerContext.getComponent('pageManager'))
     
       
        <b>Unlabeled pages in space $space.name<b>
        <ul>
        #foreach( $page in $pageManager.getPages( $space, true) )  
     
            #if( $page.labels.size() == 0 )
                   <li><a href="$req.contextPath$page.urlPath">$page.title</a></li>
            #end
        #end
        </ul>
  2. I was able to create a User Macro to display all pages in the space and their associated labels.

    ## @noparams
    #set($containerManagerClass=$action.class.forName('com.atlassian.spring.container.ContainerManager'))
    #set($getInstanceMethod=$containerManagerClass.getDeclaredMethod('getInstance',null))
    #set($containerManager=$getInstanceMethod.invoke(null,null))
    #set($containerContext=$containerManager.containerContext)
       
    ## the pageManager gives you access to the pages
    #set($pageManager =$containerContext.getComponent('pageManager'))
     
       
        <b>Pages in space $space.name and their associated labels.<b>
        <ul>
        #foreach( $page in $pageManager.getPages( $space, true) )  
     
              <li><a href="$req.contextPath$page.urlPath">$page.title</a> - $page.labels</li>
        #end
        </ul>

 

 

 

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