Hello, I want to work with attachments - via REST API - at new confluence page. (Never published.)
URL of such page:
Result - http 403 - forbidden. (Or 404 not found.)
POST /rest/api/content/109215748/child/attachment?status=draft ... 403 forbidden
POST /rest/api/content/109215748/child/attachment ... 404 not found
GET /rest/api/content/109215748?status=draft ... 403 forbidden
GET /rest/api/content/109215748 ... 404 not found
GET /rest/api/content/109215748/child/attachment?filename=xxx ... 403 forbidden
GET /rest/api/content/109215748/child/attachment?filename=xxx&status=draft ... 403 forbidden
We call confluence REST API from addon running in Tomcat - signing via JWT.
"scopes": ["read", "write", "delete"]
Also tried with
The same calls on published page works fine:
GET /rest/api/content/65538/child/attachment?filename=xxx ... OK http 200
GET /rest/api/content/65538/child/attachment?filename=xxx&status=draft ... OK http 200
Both pages (unpublished and published) where created by myself via "+" (blueprint dialog) as empty. (I filled a caption and put a simple sentence.)
More over, after I have published the page 109215748, the same REST APIs started to work.
We are developing plugin Xyz for cloud. (There is already working Xyz for server Confluence.)
The plugin lets users to save data. Data is saved as confluence attachment.
The plugin also lets users to save data at new - never published page.
The plugin Xyz for server-confluence works fine - saving attachment at unpublished page works.
I would like the plugin Xyz for cloud to work fine as well.
Can you help me?
For anyone still struggling with this: we managed to retrieve an unpublished page (Draft) by making a user impersonated call (https://developer.atlassian.com/cloud/confluence/user-impersonation-for-connect-apps/) instead of JWT. Also manipulating with attachments works fine with user impersonation as soon as you append `status=draft` to the url.
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