Track Confluence Attachments File Downloads for Audit

We can use Google Analytics for page stats and views

and versioning for changes

however, we have a requriement from Auditing to be able to track Confluence Attachments File Downloads - thats which users had had download and uploaded what files.

Is there a feature or a way to monitor and track this?

Confluence Data Center V6.3.x




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Anton Chemlev Community Champion Nov 09, 2017

It seems to me that one way to do this is to play with application logs or Tomcat logs.

You can start from here:

Or you can try REST API, there are methods to get audit data:

Thx Anton - Sry for the delayed response.. but the holidays and new years put this on the back burner.. will try out these suggestions... Cheers!

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