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scrape an Atlassian confluence web page

is there a way to scrape an Atlassian confluence web page via Invoke-WebRequest and the assorted getElementsByTagName/ID/Name Powershell commands for various data on there?Or, do you absolutely need to have an Atlassian token as a prerequisite?

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Andrii Maliuta
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Oct 10, 2022

Hello @Haroon Habibi ,

From the technical point of view, it is just a web page , so you can use HTTP requests/tools to get necessary data. Confluence, as other Atlassian tools, has its REST API ( that also makes it easy to retrieve data and manipualte it.

If you mean using .NET/Powershell tools, so you can try this tool:

It allows to perform some basic actions on Confluence.

>> do you absolutely need to have an Atlassian token as a prerequisite?

If Confluence is not accessible without login so you need to auth either Basic auth or OAuth tokens, etc.

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