Page version history

Hello,

Do somebody knows how you can get all previous page version dates in efficient way?

 

Thank you. 

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Stephen Deutsch Community Champion Mar 26, 2016

When on a page, click on the Tools Menu (or ● in newer versions on the upper right corner of the page), choose "Page History", and then it should show all the previous version dates in a nice table.

Or are you asking about getting version dates for all pages at once?

I'm asking how to do this in Java.

Stephen Deutsch Community Champion Mar 26, 2016

ContentEntityManager (https://docs.atlassian.com/confluence/latest/com/atlassian/confluence/core/ContentEntityManager.html) has a function called getVersionHistorySummaries, which is just a list of objects.  Then you should be able to step through the VersionHistorySummary objects and call getLastModificationDate() on each one.

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