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How to dynamically create a page in confluence with links to Jira stories.

I'm looking to automate a process which pulls together information from our GitHub repositories and Jira storties.

I have working code which will bring me back a listing of all Jira tickets which have been logged for 1 or more products across a given range of versions for those product and the corresponding compare urls from GitHub.

What I would like to do is initiate the call from inside Confluence and have it automatically create the confluence page based on the output which is generated.  Has anyone done this and is it possible?


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Alex Koxaras _Relational_
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Sep 30, 2021

Hi @richard_michaels 

I haven't done this, but maybe creating a macro using forge, could do that for you. Have a look at it.

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