Export Wiki content to doc file.


I'm writing plugin exporting wiki content to doc file. If on a page is for example hide-if macro, plugin should not to write the content included in this macro. How can i do this ? Can you help me ?

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Are you writing this plugin for OnDemand? Because in OnDemand third-party plugins are not possible , see here : https://confluence.atlassian.com/display/AOD/Restricted+Functions+in+Atlassian+OnDemand


Yes, OnDemand. Thanks for reply.

Doubt: Isn't the direct save as Word from Confluence feature not good enough?

No, because i have to put into one word file content of root page and selected subpages.

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Since you are on OnDemand plugins are restricted. A workaround would be to use JIRA CLI, get the pages and sub pages using getPageSource, append all of them to a single page in a test space used only for exports, and then use the word link of this new page to get your complete document.

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