Publish a Wiki page to a predefined public URL Edited

JV I'm New Here Dec 20, 2017

Here is what I hope to do:

  • Use Wiki to create content, collaborate and review.
  • When a page is ready, "publish" the page to a predefined URL.
  • Page can be found by search engines like any other webpage
  • Does not require any sign in

Almost like a CMS. Is this possible?

1 answer

Hi GP,

With ScriptRunner for Confluence you can create a Script Fragment to represent the button to Publish, and when clicked you can call a REST API that publishes the page to the predefined URL.

Let me know if you need assistance.



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