I'm looking for a way to quickly embed some plain text output from a REST API (TeamCity) in a Confluence wiki page. I can't use the html-include macro, as it expects html and throws an error otherwise. The lone plugin that seems relevant hasn't been updated since many Confluence releases ago. I don't want to use the plugin or the TeamCity build status widget. I just need a little data from the server to sprinkle onto the page content I already have. Is there no way to just include the raw output from a URL regardless of its response type?
Hey sorry for the delay! Took me a while to find the code.
I went a different path after the CSV macro went paid (not that I didn't like the add-on, the functionality just wasn't important enough for the price given our seat count).
But if you have the add-on, use it like so:
Which would return the build number of the most recent successful "dev" build.
Hope this helps.
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