We have a script that runs every night and throws the CSV file into an S3 bucket. We were wondering if there's a way we can directly consume that CSV file to display on the confluence page. And because the script runs every night- s3 will have a new CSV every day and so the confluence page that displays the data will always be up-to-date.
Please advise us on how we can achieve this or any other approach. Remember my goal is not to show the s3 bucket into the confluence page but instead display the CSV file that's residing in S3.
I don't know that manually adding the CSV is ideal. It would be good if that could be automated even if its is a download-only option on the confluence page. For example, S3 gets new file in certain folder then adds a download option in confluence. Not sure if this would require some method of SSO for organization/domain level OR password holding external users.
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