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Create confluence page using macro through API Edited


My aim is to create a Confluence page with the details retrieved from JIRA by automation. We can manually create a page in confluence using the JIRA macro available (which will fetch the details from JIRA using JQL query provided). 

But how to create a confluence page using JIRA macro available through Rest API's provided by Atlassian? To be specific, how to access macros through API?




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Esther Strom Community Leader May 12, 2021

Hi, @Logesh Shanmugam welcome to the Community!

I'm not 100% sure I'm understanding, but it sounds like you want to create a page via automation and include the Jira macro in the page to display links to Jira issues. Is that correct?

If so, I published an article last month about how to do this. You may need to adjust a few details to get the version of the Jira macro you want (my example was the one that displays a single issue, rather than a table of issues), but it should give you a starting point.

Thank you so much for the great info! :)

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