Hi folks - I'd like to create a "System Status" page on our hosted Confluence site. My company's product is a website, and if the site is down or experiencing other issues, I'd like to use Confluence to communicate the situatiion to our customers. But I don't want the status updates to be a manual process. I also don't want the information to exist in any publically-accessible site.
We have plenty of tools that monitor our website's health and pump out status information. But how to insert that info into an Atlassian-hosted page? Using something like the HTML-include macro won't work, since we don't want the info on a public site.
Well, they would (and did) enable the API for me, so I can give that a try. Meanwhile, I think I'm getting close with a script I found here: http://confluence.atlassian.com/display/DISC/XML-RPC+Page+Updater+Example
The remote API setting is on be default and you can control it provided you are the site administrator. It is the same remote API required for the XML-RPC.
Actually, it was off by default, and the settings are greyed out. This is an Atlassian-hosted version of Confluence (at "onconfluence.com") and the General settings in the console are not accessible.
I think I have my answer with this little Python script (linked above). Works like a charm.
Thanks, Bob - I appreciate your help (and all your plugins).
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