We are developing a new webapp like a forum for our company network. Webapp have a search tab which provides results from our new forum. Now we are planning to integrate wiki(confluence) search result with our web app search. So, How can we integrate wiki search result with our webapp results. Is there is any plugins or Api for doing this task.
It looks like (at least with Confluence 5.5.2) that the closest API endpoint I could find on the REST documentation page https://docs.atlassian.com/atlassian-confluence/REST/latest/for search usage, "http://example.com/rest/api/content?title=something&type=page", will only return pages with the exact case sensitive title 'something'. This is definitely not useful for API searching from another webapp.
The now Deprecated REST API Prototype does appear to have a search capability (http://example.com/rest/prototype/1/search?query=something&type=page), but since it is a now deprecated API (and only a Prototype to begin with) it probably isn't a solution to use in any production capacity.
I think I may spin this off into a separate question here on Atlassian Answers since I am having this issue as well (I'll link it here if I do).
As opposed to public APIs, private APIs are not following the principles described in the REST API Policy. While we strive to keep private APIs backward-compatible, we cannot guarantee compatibility. Private APIs can also be replaced by new public APIs and may become deprecated over time.
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