I would need help with a custom script. The main goal is, that a moved page gets the same restrictions as the new parent page...
I already know that a custom script has to listen to the "PageMoveEvent", but also our developer would need some inspiration how he can develop that script...
- Space A (anonymous access)
- Page A (edit-restrictions for a special confluence-group - no inherited restrictions for sub-pages)
- Page B (only confluence-users can view the pages --> inherited restrictions for sub-pages)
All newly created pages will be under Page B --> Non-confluence users will not see these pages. After the pages are approved, they will be moved the Page A and should get the same restrictions as Page A.
The Build-In Script form the Scriptrunner for inherited restrictions unfortunately only work for newly created pages, but not for moved pages.
Thanks in advance and best regards
Here is a code for set restriction
page.addPermission(ContentPermission.createGroupPermission(ContentPermission.VIEW_PERMISSION, "Some Group"))
page.addPermission(ContentPermission.createUserPermission(ContentPermission.VIEW_PERMISSION, "Some user"))
pageManager.saveContentEntity(PublishPage.getEntity(), new DefaultSaveContext())
Write a script lister for MovePageEvent, try to find how to get page restriction and then run my code (on a loop)
I've recently put together a script which should accomplish what you need. You can find it in our code snippets repository using the following link:
Hope this helps you out!
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