As most of you are aware, the Documentation theme is going away here soon (maybe 6.0 release). Anyhow, we are trying to get all the sites converted over to no longer use the Documentation theme but instead a different one (e.g. Global Look & Feel).
Is there an easy way to determine which sites are using a particular theme (e.g. Documentation)?
try the following
select SPACENAME, SPACEKEY, BANDANAKEY, BANDANAVALUE from SPACES s left join BANDANA b on (b.BANDANACONTEXT = s.SPACEKEY ) AND b.BANDANAKEY = 'atlassian.confluence.theme.settings';
if not specify they are using the global theme.
Thank you. Thankfully don't have a overwhelming number of sites that need to be converted, so we'll just change them via the UI. We just wanted a way to ensure they were all converted over before we ever upgraded to a version of Confluence where it's no longer supported.
Another option is the SpaceAuditor plugin which provides you with a lot of information about how your site is being used. See https://marketplace.atlassian.com/plugins/com.vertuna.confluence.plugins.spaceauditor/server/overview
This looks like a useful plugin for our individual site administrators. I haven't evaluated it yet, but is there a similar plugin that provides system level information about all the sites. The number of pages, the largest site usage, the most used site, etc. I don't remember finding anything like this in the default confluence installation. Just some information in the 'System Information' section.
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