Using Comala worflow to classify Confluence page


I was working on a data classification project a few months ago, and one of systems that needs to be classified is Confluence. The data on Confluence can be Public, Internal, Protected and Highly Protected.

I designed a solution to use Comala workflow which we have purchased already, so no more extra cost on software. The design principle are:

  • Data should be classified per page.
  • Classification should be associated with right permission settings.

Here is a example.

A public page has no restrictions.

Now, let me re-classify it to Protected.

Noticed the difference after re-classification?

Now only confluence-power-users can view and edit this page.

The sample code can be found in my gist.

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