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Import a Word document using REST API

Hello,

In the end of a batch I need to upload a resultant MS Word document as a page in Confluence using programmatic way as REST API.

In the web portal the tool that works for me is Import Word Document from the link below but I don't see how it can be programmatically called.

https://confluence.atlassian.com/doc/import-a-word-document-into-confluence-170493136.html

Any other tools are welcome,

Thank you

2 answers

Is this link https://confluence.atlassian.com/doc/ is not working for you?

It is the same from my initial post and as I mentioned it works not the way I need to access it. It works perfect with a mouse and a web browser but I need to trigger it in command line from a web app server.

Looks like someone found a solution here possibly! Possible solution 

It is a possible solution but has two disadvantages which makes it not acceptable to me:

1.  It produces not a native Confluence (HTML) page - The viewword macro just embed an iframe preview and the editing of the page is possible only with spacial add-ins.

2. Using Webdav suppose to mount permanently the 'file system' of the Confluence on my web app server which is generally not a good idea. 

@Georgi Yankov , I'm also in search of a solution importing Word files via REST api. Can you share what was your solution?

I am not Georgi but I'd still like to share my solution: I converted all word files to txt-files using pandoc (pandoc.org) like so:

pandoc $file -f docx -t jira -s -o $file.Replace(".docx", ".txt")

Then, I imported these txt-files using the Atlassian Command Line Interface (see Marketplace) like so:

acli prod --action storePage --file $fileName --space $spaceKey --title $title --parent "My Parent Page"

This I did for hundrets of files using a powershell script. The results where pretty decent for well-formated Word-files.

Like Peter-I likes this

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