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where is the log for this plugin?. LearnUp for Confluence - LMS


we got an error with some users.

they have the same group but we don't know where is the problem. 

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Hi @Fernando Moreno,

Go to Confluence Admin -> General Configuration -> Logging & Profiling than add the plugin key as a new "Class/Package Name" and select DEBUG level.

You can find plugin key from "Confluence Admin -> General Configuration -> Manage Add-ons  -> LearnUp for Confluence - LMS" .

After that, detailed plugin logs can be seen from Confluence log file.

This is on a slightly different topic, but since there were so few posts relating to the LearnUp plugin, and you seem to know about them, I thought i would ask here.  Could you please tell me what the table names are that contain username and courses taken information? I want to get access to this data so that I can build custom reports based on which courses our employees have taken and scores on them etc. I will be building a separate page and accessing the data in PHP/Mysql.  It would be much appreciated. 

Since it does not look like you got an answer, courses are saved in the content table.

select * from content where pluginkey = 'com.mute.confluence.plugins.lms:course-type';

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