Is there a simple way to allow users to create a group of pages in a single click ?
User wants to create a pre-defined set of pages for each new customer page they create..
I guess I'm wanting a page template macro that also creates sub-pages (naming them uniquely as it goes)..
Anyone have any good tips on this ?
Hmm.. I got it working on my local instance but when I run it against my on-demand account I get a problem..
java -jar `dirname $0`/lib/confluence-cli-2.6.0.jar --server https://myondmenadurl --user un --password pw "$@"
sh confluence.sh --action addPage --space "spacename" --title "Xxxxxx" --parent "Home"
Unable to log in to server: https://myondmenadurl/rpc/soap-axis/confluenceservice-v1 with user: un.
Cause: (503)Service Temporarily Unavailable
The CLI/RPC checkbox in the admin privs is checked..
I was using 2.4.0 of the CLI so switched to 2.6.0 but that has had no effect either..
bit stumped now :-(
Looks fine. Are you sure your instance is available (not down for maintenance or backup)? I access my onDemand instance all the time this way. Take the url listed and paste into the browser and see what you get. If there are problems with that, you will need to talk to Atlassian support.
Response from atlassian..
"We have checked that your instance is up. However we noticed something on the URL that you used for request. Could you please try with the following URL instead? Notice the missing wiki that you need to add in order to access your Confluence.
How do I get the "wiki" part of the URL to be produced by CCLI ?
Ah, didn't notice, but for OnDemand, your server address for Confluence needs to have /wiki at the end, otherwise you are trying to talk to JIRA. Just look at the urls for looking at pages - Confluence is a context in the application server.
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