I have been trying to make REST requests using Confluence 4.3.1. They all fail with 'Page not found', however, if I make the same request against confluence.atlassian.com, the request is sucessful.
Just wondering if 4.3.1 supported REST, or am I missing something else.
From memory, a REST prototype came in 3.2 or 3.3, then when they decided to do it properly (because the prototype basically worked), it was enabled properly in 5.something. The URLs changed though, so stuff you see documented for 5 won't work for lower versions, as the endpoints are wrong.
I think you need https://confluence.atlassian.com/display/CONF53/Prototype+REST+API as a starting point.
This should help you out: https://developer.atlassian.com/jiradev/jira-apis/jira-api-status/jira-rpc-services/jira-xml-rpc-overview/creating-an-xml-rpc-client#CreatinganXML-RPCClient-BuildingaJavaclient Just subsitute "confluence2" for the client instead of "jira1". Then you should be able to use the methods on this page: https://developer.atlassian.com/confdev/confluence-rest-api/confluence-xml-rpc-and-soap-apis/remote-confluence-methods#RemoteConfluenceMethods-Pages and the required format for pages is here: https://developer.atlassian.com/confdev/confluence-rest-api/confluence-xml-rpc-and-soap-apis/remote-confluence-data-objects#RemoteConfluenceDataObjects-pagePage I would recommend doing a getPage so you can see the format and just change the values to what you need to. Good luck!
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