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Moving a Confluence article or folder when a JIRA ticket closes

Hey guys,

So lately I have been working with atlassian products JIRA and Confluence, and I really want to set the following up so I can get this automated and something I don't have to manually do.

  • Confluence article has JIRA ticket linked to it.
  • JIRA ticket is set to "finished" or "closed"
  • Confluence article then moves itself to an archive folder.

Now I have a feeling this isn't possible, but if anyone has any ideas on how something like this would be set up that would be great.

Best Regards

E.Laver

1 answer

Hey Elliott,

my approach would be to use a post function in JIRA, an add-on to call the Confluence REST API there (e. g. https://marketplace.atlassian.com/plugins/com.keplerrominfo.jira.plugins.jjupin/server/overview if you are using JIRA server - a very powerful scripting add-on) and the Confluence REST API, e.g. https://docs.atlassian.com/atlassian-confluence/REST/latest-server/#content-update for Confluence Server. Hope that helps?

Cheers

Christoph

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