Confluence Command Line Interface Question

Dear sir, 

We download Confluence Command Line Interface at the address :https://marketplace.atlassian.com/plugins/org.swift.confluence.cli . And then unzip the file and copy to confluence server. But we are not sure how to use the command to export some space to Separate file? Is there any guidance for the issue ? Thank you.

export space.jpg

(when we run exportSpace, it show the message: command not found)

 

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Thank you for your kindly reply.

But after run the command as listed as below, it show some error message

rpc1.jpg

But we have set rpc setting as listed as below:

rpc2.jpg

How can we find the address of :http://10.10.10.207/dashboard.action/rpc/soap-axis/confluenceservice-v1 

Additional information : password we hide it .

Thank you.

The server needs to be the Confluence base url which in your case is likely http://10.10.10.207

We tried another way, and found some useful information as listed as below. How can we add the parameter to the command ? Thank you.

pwd.jpg

Here are some references:

  1. Installation and Use - administrator
  2. Get Started
  3. CLI Client Installation and Use - this will help answer your specific problem

Thank you , These information is useful for us. 

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