HI, I want to sync my docs into Confluence server and all docs are written by markdown . I install a markdown plugin named bobswift-markdown on Confluence
I plan to develop a script tool and create page by invoking Confluence REST API .
I have read the doc https://developer.atlassian.com/server/confluence/confluence-rest-api-examples/ and the doc https://docs.atlassian.com/ConfluenceServer/rest/7.1.0.
But I still don't know how to create a page with markdown content .
Is there any documents or examples ?
Hope you are doing good.
We have tested your requirement internally which you want to update/create a page with the Markdown content document into confluence. This can be achieved by using Confluence Command Line Interface(CLI) app.
Here is the examples page for run the actions.
Run the following command to copy the documents from your local system to Confluence.
--action storePage --space "zclimarkdown" --title "markdown readme with toc" --parent "@home" --file "./src/itest/confluence/resources/readme-flexmark.markdown" --markdown
Please let us know if you need any further assistance.
Thanks for your reply.
I have tried `Confluence Command Line Interface (CLI) app` and it works well when use action of storePage.
And I have also tried action of loadFiles.
But I am confusing about that how should I specify `mime`. Becuase CLI always treat my `.md` file as attachments. It cannot works well with options `--mime text/markdown`.
Normally, Markdown files must have the right mime type set to work correctly.
Are you running the CLI command as below (md files will copy the contents of the file and store as the contents in the page)
--action storePage --space "zmarkdown" --title "markdown" --parent "@home" --file "README.md" --markdown
Can you confirm if all your files are with extensions, md?
Hope you are doing great!
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Markdown for Confluence provides macros that render Markdown content on Confluence pages. The content can be entered directly in the body of a the markdown macro or be from an attachment or url. Markdown content is processed using flexmark which supports a version of the Markdown language with many popular extensions including Github-flavored-Markdown (GFM), PHP Markdown Extra, and wiki links.
Its features include Render Markdown content on Confluence pages, Pull-in Markdown content from multiple sources and Easily link to other pages with WikiLinks.
You can review the documentation on the below links.
We are sorry to inform you that the behavior of our app is not meant to be used with the REST API.
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