Copy a page content to another Confluence 4 site, how to?

As a test procedure, I find it sometimes usefull to copy a page's content from one Confluence instance to anonther Confluence instance, e.g. to check the different behavior of a plugin's differenct versions . In CF3, we can easily copy the wiki markcup and copy the attachments. But now, with the XHTML storage backend, what is the best policy to do it in CF4 ?

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Confluence Command Line Interface copyPage action with --targetServer specified. See example - https://studio.plugins.atlassian.com/wiki/x/C4W0Aw

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Jimm,

You might also want to try Tools > View Source. From here you can CMD/CTRL+A (or select all), copy and paste it in another instance. Let me know if that doesn't work for you.

The only thing that won't copy is your attachments and any custom macros you might have on the page (which isn't on the other server).

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