Render an Authenticated Confluence Page from Custom App by seamless login

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February 15, 2024

I have a confluence page that is used as a help document in our custom app. The problem is it is public and we don't want it public. which means it needs to sit behind a login screen. Which is a problem because we don't want the user to login each time to view the help.

I want to perform a silent login with credentials that we will store with us so that the page may be navigated to seamlessly.

Is this even possible? e.g. send in query string parameters with an oAuth token or something?



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Aron Gombas _Midori_
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February 16, 2024

I am not sure if it is feasible with Confluence built-in features (to sit between fully private and fully public), but here is an alternative.

You can export your Confluence content to a static website using Scroll Viewport, which can then be protected by light-weight authentication. It sounds like an approach to consider to me.

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