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Is there a way to import a XML file as a Confluence Pace using RESt API Call or CLI

Using JIRA - Data Center Version.

I have a simple XML file with below three headers along with its corresponding content

 

User Story Name :XXXXXX

Description : YYYYYYYY

Acceptance Criteria : ZZZZZZZZ

 

Is it possible to import this .xml file onto a Confluence Page using the REST API Call.

 

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Thomas Deiler Community Leader Apr 20, 2021

Dear @Santanu Roy ,

sure it is. I assume that you would like to display the 3 headers like panels or other structured elements on  a page.

All you need is the documentation to the REST API and a browser extension to test your rest calls.

The way how to do:

  • create a page like the XML data should be displayed - a sample page
  • read this page with the rest call GET /rest/api/content
  • Whats returned is JSON. Now you know how it is strucured.
  • Replace the content in this JSON with the data from your XML
  • POST /rest/api/content will create a new page with your modified JSON

You will find some samples here. I recommend to use a script language like Python or PHP to write some simple code to repeat the REST calls in an easy way without the browser extension.

So long

Thomas

Note: If you just want to upload the XML as an attachment to an existing page, serach for this at the samples.

Thomas Deiler Community Leader May 05, 2021

Dear @Santanu Roy ,

was my answer useful? Then I would be happy when you click on the "green accept answer" button.

So long
Thomas

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