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Is there any way to view Confluence Logs using third party like REST APIs

I want to view Confluence Logs using third party like REST APIs. Please suggest any REST API for same.

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You can use this LastLog plugin, this is a free add-on.

After that you can then access the endpoint below, it will either output an HTML or Plain text.

You need to include the Basic Auth in order for you to access the log.

Plain Text 

GET https://BASE_URL_WIKI/rest/lastlog/1.0/log/atlassian-confluence.log?maxEntries=500&query=


GET https://BASE_URL_WIKI/rest/lastlog/1.0/log/html/atlassian-confluence.log?maxEntries=500&query=

Hello @brbojorque ,

Using the plugin, can only admins view logs or normal user can also view?

Also, is there any REST API that you can help me with, if we think of other ways apart from this plugin.

Much Thanks,


Hello @brbojorque ,

I cannot find "Last Log for Confluence" in Atlassian marketplace. Could you help me install it

brbojorque Community Leader Jan 02, 2020


What version of Confluence do you have right now?

Is this an internal instance? Can it access the internet to download the app?

Please provide screenshots aswell.

Hi @brbojorque ,

I am using Confluence 6.6.8. It is VDI and I cannot access internet over there.


brbojorque Community Leader Jan 02, 2020


Download the latest version using this link in your computer and manually upload it in your Confluence instance.

There should be an Upload app in the UPM click it and point the file you have downloaded.

Hello @brbojorque ,

Thank you for your continuous response.

I have tried the plugin but it only works for jira-admins. I need to let the end user view logs.

Best Regards,


brbojorque Community Leader Jan 05, 2020


Why? logs will have sensitive information written into it. It is best the only admins have access to it.

You are opening your instance to vulnerability attacks.

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