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Listener to monitor large attachments Edited


I've created a listener in Scriptrunner for Confluence to monitor the upload of large attachments. I can get the attachment info (name, type, size) but how can I get the info on who uploaded the attachment (username, email)?

I'm using the AttachmentCreateEvent.

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I guess you can get list of attachments from the event (or a single attachment) and then look for those attachments creator(s).

I believe attachment's creator would be same person as the user who uploaded it.


would return you an Attachment object, then you can get the ConfluenceUser object from it by doing 


and user then has (full)name and email fields you can access. well, it's all in the docs

Thanks, in the mean time I've used:

user = AuthenticatedUserThreadLocal.get()

But I like your solution better. 

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