For everyone stumbling over
atl_token, which they need in order to send queries to built-in actions such as
You can get it
$('[name="atl_token"]').attr('value') on Confluence pages.
So from now on, this works:
AJS.safe.get() does not work, you can use the atl_token in your own requests with whatever XMLHTTPRequest fashion you want.
Do you have an idea how to add user restrictions instead of group-restriction with this method?
I found out that using ?viewPermissionsUsers=USER does not work. It only works with a long user key like this: viewPermissionsUsers=8a8a89a55365d4c6015365d5e9c913af
I can get the current user from a the meta-tag "ajs-remote-user-key", but I don´t know how to get this key for arbitrary users.
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