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How to add children display macro with rest api on cloud?

We have requirement to create page which display only their children pages.

I can do it manually, but we have do with rest api. 

Could you please suggest, what can i pass in body storage value while creating parent page for enabling children display macro?

Used REST API - POST - /wiki/rest/api/content

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Dominic Lagger Community Leader Dec 19, 2019

Hi @A K 

You could create a page with the children macro manually and then view the storage format. Then you know what to pass in the body storage value.

It looks something to this:

<ac:structured-macro ac:name="children" ac:schema-version="2" data-layout="default" ac:macro-id="14b0ddfd-239c-4875-872f-546d525b5783" />

The macro ID will be different to yours :) 

Regards, Dominic 

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