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Login API with oauth

Hi, for our Confluence instance we login using google accounts (I think the auth scheme is called oauth?). If I do

curl -v https://{confluenceBaseUrl}/rest/api/content

I get a 302 moved, with Location:

I have created a PAT and tried using it per the instructions here:

but I get the same relocation response.

What do I need to do to be able to perform CRUD operations with the Confluence rest api? I don't know if our instance is cloud or server, but at the bottom of pages it says "Powered by Atlassian Confluence 7.13.7" if that's of any relevance.


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Hi @Erik Vesterlund  .

If you see "Powered by Atlassian Confluence 7.13.7" then you have SERVER or DC instance.

You should:

1. Create your personal-access-token (you have done it).

2. Use your personal access token

curl -H "Authorization: Bearer your-personal-access-token" https://{confluenceBaseUrl}/rest/api/content

Hi, yes that's what I've tried, but I only get a relocation link to a login form.

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