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Create page via Scriptrunner when page is approved in Comala Document Management

Is it possible to have a page created from a template with Scriptrunner when a page has been approved (final state) in Comala Document Management?

To be specific:

1. I have created a workflow in Comala Document Management.

2. When the final status of the workflow has been reached (the page has been approved), a page should be created from a template. 

I found out that it is possible to use the Eventlisterner from Scriptrunner to activate it when a certain status is reached in Comala:
Question about this: Is it possible to specify a specific workflow or would a script be activated whenever any workflow has reached the final status?

Unfortunately, I can't find any instructions on how to create a page from a template in Confluence using the event listener from Scriptrunner. Any information on this?


Kind regards,


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James Conway
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Nov 26, 2021

Hello @Ben 

I've checked with the development team and they explained that you will to use the WorkflowService method getActiveWorkflows to identify the workflow applied.


Our customer success team are available to help you understand the API documentation if you need, you can reach out to them at

All the best


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