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Export space to pdf and resolve cross references


I'm exporting a space that has more than 3000 pages in a pdf format on a website. There are numerous cross-references in the file that, when used, connect users to internal Confluence pages. Some of the links point to pages inside the pdf, while the majority reroute to internal pages. How can I fix this problem since the client is unable to access Confluence internal pages?

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Hi @Namratha P ,

welcome to the Atlassian community!

In my opinion it depends from the page content and how the end user entered the link within a page. If user added a link trough macro link the pdf correctly works, otherwise if the user added a link as text pdf will always redirect to that static link.

Hope this helps,


Hi @Fabio

Thanks a lot! Although I assume a macro added it, some of the connections still point to Confluence's internal pages. Exists a way to at least identify these links?

Do we have to produce some JSON files to fix this?

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