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Retrieve incoming links of a page via REST Api

Alexander Schmidt
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Jan 18, 2020

Hi,

Is it possible to retrieve the incoming links to a page via the REST API?

The links are shown when clicking on page information but I don't see how to retrieve the page information of a page via REST API

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Lenin Raj
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Jan 18, 2020

Hi @Alexander Schmidt 

Based on this discussion https://community.developer.atlassian.com/t/access-to-incoming-links-via-rest-api/29507/3, it looks like this information is not available in the REST API yet.

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