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Copy page hierarchy in Confluence Server via REST API

Hi all,

I am trying to copy a page hierarchy from one space to another space via the Confluence REST API. In the Confluence Cloud API there exists

POST /wiki/rest/api/content/{id}/pagehierarchy/copy

(see https://developer.atlassian.com/cloud/confluence/rest/#api-content-id-pagehierarchy-copy-post).

 

On the server version I am getting a 404 error when trying to use this interface (note that authorization is not the problem). Is this functionality only available in the cloud version?

 

PS: In the cloud version it worked fine.

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edwin Community Leader Dec 20, 2017

Hi,

For server it'll be 

POST /rest/api/content/{id}/pagehierarchy/copy

This is very misleading. There is no such api in Confluence Server.

Like Ron Elazar likes this

@EdwinI tried to use the syntax you suggest, ie:

POST /rest/api/content/{id}/pagehierarchy/copy

 I get error 404. Using the python version, the syntax translates to:

url = "https://my.domain/confluence/rest/api/content/11111/pagehierarchy/copy"
headers = {"Content-Type": "application/json"}
payload = json.dumps( {  
"copyAttachments": True,  
"copyPermissions": True,  
"copyProperties": True,  
"copyLabels": True,  
"destinationPageId": "2222222",  
"titleOptions": {    
"prefix": "aaa",    
"replace": "",    
"search": ""  }} )
rrr = requests.request(   
   "POST",
   url,
   data=payload,
   headers=headers,   
   auth=("user", "password"),
)
print(rrr.text)

 The user I'm connected to has view page rights on the source space, and successfully created the destination space, using the relevant API. Logged in as that user, the copy operation works when using the UI.

I also tried with   "copyPermissions"False,  "copyProperties"False,  "copyLabels"False,

Akin A I'm New Here Jun 02, 2021

@Francis Vila Found any way to copy page tree using any Confluence REST API?

Hi,

I have the same need here (copy a page hierarchy to another space)... I've installed REST api browser, but it really seems like this function is not available on server ...

Any ideas, anyone?

Thanks,

Did you ever find it?

I have confluence 6.5.0.

I am looking for a way to copy the page hierarchy using a rest api, not the ui.

Ok, my bad. The api is private. I was looking at the public apis.

Like Rodrigo Silva likes this

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