When somebody creates a blog post in one of our Confluence pages, we want to e-mail the content to a distribution list. I have successfully created an event listener using ScriptRunner to call a mail-dispatch API and send the raw page content, which renders all right as HTML in an e-mail client. However, any macros in the content are in raw wiki code form and are not rendered. How can I use the Confluence Java API to render the page content to (X)HTML and send that to my e-mail service?
I am well versed with the Jira Java API and ScriptRunner but am newer to the Confluence API, but I have noticed much overlap.
// page is an instance of com.atlassian.confluence.core.ContentEntityObject
DefaultRenderer renderer = ComponentLocator.getComponent(DefaultRenderer);
String content = renderer.render(page)
Hi Brian, the above snippet will render the content of a page to XML (see caveat about it being imperfect). I am not exactly certain how to send an e-mail using the Confluence Java API. We are using an program called Sendy to send these newsletters out. It has a simple REST API to use.
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