Restrict content based on a blacklist of words

I have a requirement to block / redact or at the very minimum provide the ability to report and alert administrators when certain terms are published within confluence pages. I appreciate that in general this such an approach is not best practice in terms of Wiki openness etc but I need a solution to support corporate governance policies.

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David Simpson Community Champion Aug 08, 2011
Sounds like you need WTFilter: http://codegeist.atlassian.com/entry/167988
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G'day @Jean-Paul,

Redaction for Confluence provides a more granular level of content visibility, enabling you to hide words or paragraphs within a page. Redacted content is not included in page exports or search results, ensuring that sensitive information stays private.

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May be useful for your scenario.

If you want more details on the add-on contact me via nick@arijea.com or +1 415 568 7064.

Regards,
Nicholas Muldoon
Arijea

Using the reporting plug-in, you could create a table of violators:

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Code:

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{report-table}

{content-reporter:space=@self}

{or-filter}

{text-filter:content:body|include=dog,cat}

{text-filter:content:title|include=dog,cat}

{or-filter}

{content-reporter}

{report-column:title=Title}{report-info:page:title|link=true}{report-column}

{report-table}

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This only searches a single space (whichever space contains the page with this content. It can search all spaces by changed "@self" to "@all". It may be slow in refreshing, depending upon your volume. It may make more sense to do a database query.
This example searches for the strings: "cat" and "dog". Replace that with your blacklist.
I do not know if you can subscribe to the page and it will run automatically. It may be a manual page visit, 1/day or whatever you need.

If you are able to hit the database with an sql query, or schedule a report, you could use a variant of this query. Pros: no plugin; cons: sql.

-- Query to locate current pages containing a specified string
-- Jim Birch 2011.01.28
select  -- top 100
 s.spacekey, c.TITLE, c.CREATOR, c.LASTMODIFIER, c.LASTMODDATE --, bc.body 
from
  dbo.CONTENT c
join
  dbo.BODYCONTENT bc
on
 c.CONTENTID = bc.CONTENTID
-- note: spaceid is null on old page versions so join on
-- space id selects only current pages.  Nice.
join
 dbo.SPACES s
on
 s.SPACEID = c.SPACEID
where
 bc.BODY like '%sometext%' 
order by
 s.spacekey, c.title

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