List of Pages with broken links in a Space

I there any option to list all pages in a space that contain one or more broken links?

Thank you.

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I created a report to do that. Here is the code.

{section}

{report-info:global:current date|format=MMMMM-dd-yyyy}
{section}

{section}

{report-block}
{space-reporter}

{text-sort:space:name}

{space-reporter}

{report-body}

{report-info:space:name|link=true}

{report-list}

{local-reporter:space:orphaned pages}
{text-sort:content:title}

{local-reporter}

{report-body-1}{report-info:content:title|link=true} (Created by)

{report-info:content:creator|link=true} {report-body-1}

{report-empty}_No orphans in this space_{report-empty}

{report-list}

{report-body}

{report-block}
{section}

apparently these macros are not available from Confluence out-of-the-box; there's some other plugin you have to get though I can't remember what it is right now

You are welcome, Dee. I hope everything is working well for you now.

Regards,

Kay

Seems not to be valid for newer Confluence 5.x+

Hi Sorin, You need to have the reporting plugin. Kay

Adolfo,

You can use these macros on a page to give you the broken and uncreated links:

{undefined-links}

{orphaned-links}


here goes:

Customware Link Validator Plugin - only for external links

http://wiki.customware.net/repository/display/AtlassianPlugins/Link+Validator+Plugin

for internal links you need the Linking Plugin, though the description of it is not so obvious so you wouldn't know that it contains the undefined-links macro which helps find broken links

http://wiki.customware.net/repository/display/AtlassianPlugins/Linking+Plugin

and then you need the reporting plugin to create your own report of things you want to know

http://wiki.customware.net/repository/display/AtlassianPlugins/Reporting+Plugin

Irony, all links broken.

THANK YOU Kay for posting the report code!

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