I'd like to clean up our instance of Confluence, removing some of the plugins we don't need. My plan is to rip out the plugins in the test environment, then try and get a list of pages with broken macros to use to notify the space admins they need to fix. Is there anyway to obtain such a list?
We're still on Confluence 3.5.16.
Looking in the database I can see it's possible to query for any references to the macro tags, but I can't come up with any practical way of mapping these to the plugins I'd like to uninstall. Any clues?
Here is an alternative:
You might want to test first so you catch anything that is currently broken. However, with this test, you are breaking existing users once you disable the macro and the test can take long time if you have a large number of pages.
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