We are using confluence to build up a suite of documentation, is there a neat way to extract a summary of delta information (changes from one version of a page to the next) from all pages within a specified tree ?
Hello Pamela, you can see which pages where updated using the following query.
SELECT spaces.spacename, MAX(content.lastmoddate) FROM content, spaces WHERE content.spaceid = spaces.spaceid GROUP BY spaces.spacename;
Further to it you can compare page versions, looking into the
version column within the
content table from Confluence database, and making a diff between the corresponding content from the other table
bodycontent. For documentation reference you can refer to this.
Hope this can put you on the right track to achieve the desired result.
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