confluence attachment information

Dear Support Team, 

Would it be possible to find out how many attachments deleted / added / modified in a month? Thanks a lot.

 

2 answers

Confluence provides a half decent search functionality which would at the very least supply some of the information you are after. 

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Alternatively if you are a bit more technical you can make rest calls using the Confluence Rest API and CQL which should get you the information you require. 

https://developer.atlassian.com/server/confluence/advanced-searching-using-cql/

Dear Christo, 

 Would it be possible to Graphical or send a number for the result of api ? I mean how can we easily to analytics the result by tool or other way ?Thanks for your kindly assistance.

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Best Regards, Anderson Hsu

Hi,

If you want an easier solution you could use a paid 3rd party application like ScriptRunner which provides a CQL macro and CQL search bar.

So you could do a CQL search, something like:

created > startOfMonth() and type = attachment and space = ds

This will return some numbers, but if you want a graphical chart you can just input the numbers in a chart.

If you want it automated with a chart you will probably have to try and find a 3rd party application on the Confluence marketplace or write something yourself.

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Dear Christo, 

If the attachment is not shown , can we search by *.* to list all attachments in some space? I try  it, but it can not work. Thanks a lot.

Best Regards, Anderson Hsu

Hi,

Not sure if you are refering to CQL or a normal search.

 

To list all the attachments of a specific space via CQL simply use:

type = attachment and space = ds

CQL supports wild-cards but I suggest you look at the documentation.

 

To show all the attachments in a space via a traditional search, you don't need to type anything in the search bar, just use the filters on the side bar.

 

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