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Need help to read data from Confluence as I am getting unauthorized exception

Hello Team,

I am trying to read the data from the confluence by using Atlassian plugin[classpath group: 'com.github.crob1140', name: 'confluence-java-client', version: '1.0.0'], but while authenticating I am getting 401 unauthorized exception. Could you please help if any prerequisite for using below code.

task readConflunceContent {
doLast {
def userName="myId"
def password = "mypassword"
WebTarget wikiTarget = ClientBuilder.newClient().target("https://****************/confluence/");
AuthMethod basicAuth = new BasicAuth(userName, password);
ConfluenceClient client = new ConfluenceClient(wikiTarget, basicAuth);

println "****************** Getting the Content***************************"
List<Content> existingPages = client.getContent(new GetContentRequest.Builder()
.setTitle("Automatic Jenkins Job generation")
//.setExpandedProperties(new ExpandedContentProperties.Builder().addVersion().build())



Thank You 

Anshu(+91 7447688544)

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Brant Schroeder Community Leader Oct 08, 2021

@Anshu Kumar Welcome the Atlassian Community

I believe that GitHub project is just using the Confluence web services which require authentication.  A 401 error means that you are not authenticated.  

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