Using Confluence 5.9.7 under Windows 10.
I have a Wiki Page (call it "Customers") which contains six child pages. I need to revamp the page tree, but would like to do a dry run on a copy of the page in case something goes wrong. Accordingly, I need to copy the entire page (and its child pages) from our public space to my private space.
The COPY command did not work for me for two reasons:
I am willing to do a copy (to same space) and then a move (to private space) if that process would bring over the child pages.
If you're in Confluence 5.9 - when you have the copied page version open, there's a symbol between the page path and label/permissions icon that looks like a pagetree. If you click on that, you can define the new space and parent page. The symbol only appears when you first create the page - otherwise you'd have to use the "move" option under the page tools menu.
I was trying Alice's method as described above but I got this problem: I indicated the "new" space in the corresponding field but got a prompt saying that this new space can't be found. At the bottom of that prompt dialogue window, the new location path is nothing new but the source/current location. How did you work around this?
Or, how about this "brute force" workaround?
As there are only six child pages, and none of them has children, the above sounds workable. Thoughts?
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