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Is there anything like JQL for Confluence when writing scripts?

Does anyone know it there is a preset of operators and logic to use, much like or exactly *like JQL* to use when creating *scripts for a Confluence space*?

I was quite successful as a Jira admin setting up dashboards to watch tickets update and deadlines approaching on groups of tickets.

I want something for our server instance of Confluence (v 5.10.8, © 2003 - 2015) to *track pages as they age* and send reminders to authors to update or archive unattended pages. In this way we can keep current information unobscured and easily reached by our internal customers.

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Hi @Susan Kraft-Yorke

Please use CQL query to find the pages based on parameters like creator, last modified etc. 

Please refer below documentation for more details. 

https://developer.atlassian.com/server/confluence/advanced-searching-using-cql/

https://developer.atlassian.com/server/confluence/performing-text-searches-using-cql/

 

Thanks, 

Avinash

Thank you. It looks like the right track to deliver an answer.

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