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Code Macro via Confluence REST API

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Hello, I want to send a codeblock macro via REST API. I am using Pythons Confluence library and this code snippet: 
<ac:structured-macro ac:name="code">
    <ac:parameter ac:name="title">test.py</ac:parameter>
    <ac:plain-text-body>
    def authenticate():
      confluence = Confluence(
          url='https://confluence.custom.de',
          username=os.environ['CONFLUENCE_USER'],
          password=os.environ['CONFLUENCE_API_TOKEN'],
          cloud=False
      )
      return confluence
    </ac:plain-text-body>
</ac:structured-macro> 
Neither plain-text-body nor rich-text-body are recognized by Confluence. The result is an empty codeblock.
My question therefore: How can I add text to the codeblock in this structure?

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Dominic Lagger
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Aug 03, 2022

Hi @Zu Jiry 

Can you try with: 

<ac:structured-macro ac:name="code">
<ac:plain-text-body>
<![CDATA[def authenticate(): confluence = Confluence( url='https://confluence.custom.de', username=os.environ['CONFLUENCE_USER'], password=os.environ['CONFLUENCE_API_TOKEN'], cloud=False ) return confluence
]]>
</ac:plain-text-body>
</ac:structured-macro>

Let me know if this worked.

Regards, Dominic 

Thank you! Works like a charm

@Zu Jiry @Dominic Lagger  How does one know a specific "code" of ac:macro/macro ID ?

Or where should i get them in confluence ?

@Pres Hi.

So, the workaround I used is to use the macro in confluence where you can just implement it normally. Then look at the page source code (HTML) of it.

Be mindful, that you might not need to implement every parameter yourself found in the HTML code. There are some, that confluence automatically adds, but you will have to figure out which ones...

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