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How to post attachments to confluence page

Hi there, I have searched but with no luck so far? Is it possible to post .png images to a confluence page using either Rest API or Java API?The .png images are sourced from a 3rd party tool and the idea is to build a plugin that will export and import (post) the .png images to Confluence pages?

Any help will will be most welcome? 

5 answers

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rsperafico Atlassian Team Jan 13, 2016

Hello Etienne,

Thank you for your inquire.

You could be running the following in Python, for instance:

# ===============
# upload attachment
# ===============
import requests
import json

# [CONFLUENCE-BASE-URL], i.e.: http://localhost:8090
# [CONTENT-ID], get content ID by running '[CONFLUENCE-BASE-URL]/rest/api/content'
url = '[CONFLUENCE-BASE-URL]/rest/api/content/[CONTENT-ID]/child/attachment'
headers = {"X-Atlassian-Token": "nocheck"}
data = {"comment":"this is my file"}


# please, uncomment to attach inline content
#files = {'file': ('report.xml', '<?xml version="1.0" encoding="UTF-8"?><note><to>RECIPIENT</to><from>SENDER</from><heading>ATTACHMENT</heading><body>CONTENT</body></note>')}

# please uncomment to attach external file
#files = {'file': open('text.txt', 'rb')}
#files = {'file': open('image.png', 'rb')}

# upload file to page
# [USERNAME], i.e.: admin
# [PASSWORD], i.e.: admin
r = requests.post(url, data=data, auth=('[USERNAME]', '[PASSWORD]'), files=files, headers=headers)
print(r.status_code)
print(r.text)

Alternatively, you could be running the following cURL command:

# [USERNAME], i.e.: admininstrator
# [DOMAIN], i.e.: mycompany
# [CONTENT-ID], i.e.: 9666562
curl -D- -u [USERNAME] -p -H "X-Atlassian-Token: nocheck" -X POST -F file=@/full/path/to/image.png https://[DOMAIN].atlassian.net/wiki/rest/api/content/[CONTENT-ID]/child/attachment

If you find this answer useful, I would kindly ask you to accept it so the same will be visible to others who might be facing the same issue you have inquired.

Thank you for your understanding.

Kind regards,
Rafael P. Sperafico
Atlassian Support

Thanks for the very useful python example.  I'm curious though, it seems to work for me when I first upload but if my change the file I want to attach and then run the python program again, I get a 400 Bad Request.

 

Is there some magic needed to allow updating an attachment?

I am using same CURL command to upload multiple html files but its not allowing me to do so. Could you please suggest. I am using Confluence cloud.

curl -D- -u $USERNAME:$PASSWORD -X PUT -H "X-Atlassian-Token: nocheck" -F "file=@code/pydoc/*.html" -F "minorEdit=false" 'https://alm-tuigroup.atlassian.net/wiki/rest/api/content/504955238/child/attachment' 

@rsperafico , is there a way to include encrypted username and password in the request?

Hi Rafael ,

Thanks so much for your great python example, it's very helpful for me! great!

 

BR//Ming

I think the answer to Dan McMahill's question above is that once an attachment is attached, if you want to update that attachment, then you have to post to a different URL: you need to post to the attachment's data resource. In my case the resource for the attachment update was:

.../rest/api/content/253493424/child/attachment/281051237/data

I was able to find the resource for the attachment via:

curl -k https://.../rest/api/content/253493424/child/attachment | python -mjson.tool

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Moving attachments from its current space to a different space:

Using curl, the following can be used to attach the file to a page in a different space:

curl -v -u 'admin:XXX’ -X PUT -d '{"id":"attXXX”,”type":"attachment","title”:”xxx.jpeg","status":"current","ancestors":[],"version": {"number":"2"},"container": {"id": "34514","type": "page","status": "current","title": "Andro Homepage!","space": {"id": 34513,"key": “AR”,”name": "Andro"}}}' -H 'X-Atlassian-Token:<access-token>' -H 'Content-Type:application/json' https://XXX.atlassian.net/wiki/rest/api/content/<parent page id>/child/attachment/attXXX | python -m json.tool

Thanks for the great Python program. Was breaking my head from morning . Finally this beautiful piece of code.

 

Thanka a lot Rafael P. Sperafico

The python code will move the file in the attachment section. How can we show it in the page content. Any help?

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