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Insert Macro into an existing Confluence Page without knowing the new macro id


Hi atlassian connect play java developers, i would to update a page body with a new macro without knowing the new macro id !! any help plz and thnx. 

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You do not need to provide a ac:macro-id when inserting a new macro. Confluence will take care of it anyway.

If you still want to provide a macro-id you just have to make sure that it is unique for the page (not for the system). Thus you could generate whatever id using the same pattern as in your Atlassian example.


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AnnWorley Atlassian Team Aug 14, 2018

Hi Samer,

If you can find a page where the macro is already present, you may view the macro ID via the View Storage Format menu:

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For more, better tips on Atlassian Connect, please try our Developer Community as well.



thnx Ann, i have another problem in my addon !

When i tried to create a new blueprint in my space i got an error "we can't create content with this type of page" any help plz.

AnnWorley Atlassian Team Aug 14, 2018

There are some developers on this forum but the Developer forum is a better bet.

ok thnx Ann 

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