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where can I see who add an event in team calendar?

I am confluence administrator and I would like to fin the way to see who add/edit an event in the team calendar.

I don't find the team calendar relevant data in the confluence database, where are they?

I a running on the confluence 3.5.13 and team calendar 1.6.2.

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come on, Sherif.

The question is pretty straightforward.
This teamcalender team bugs me. Is there still no API for adding events and calendars?

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Hi Anna,

Why do you want to do this via the database? This is possible by by selecting "Restrictions" from the calendar you wish to check:

Then once you've done that, you can see any restrictions applied to the calendar:

If the dialog is empty - it means there are no restrictions applied to a calendar.

Hi Sherif Mansour,

I would like to know who added one event or who edited on event. It deals with a calendar without restrictions. It means I would like to be able to access the list of authors of each calendar event. Where can I access this information?

To answer your question: when a dev team takes years to deliver software people start looking for their own solutions. Getting the data directly from the database is a time honoured way around the problem of slow development. It would have been helpful to respond to this question by pointing out where this data is stored.

6 years later looking for the answer to the same question: how can I see who added an event to the calendar, i.e. it would be great to have "calendar history" somewhere. 

Hi Natasha,

I was also looking for same exact information and understand that it is not available.
I asked this question today and found one more similar here -

They also refer to the existing feature request -


I added my vote to it (as of now it has only 18 votes..)

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