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.


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








{local-reporter:space:orphaned pages}


{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}




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.



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

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


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



here goes:

Customware Link Validator Plugin - only for external links

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

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

Irony, all links broken.

THANK YOU Kay for posting the report code!

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