Thanks for the response Josch and Jeremy
https://studio.plugins.atlassian.com/browse/CGSR-9 has been opened and we got a jar ..... however life is not as simple with Confluence 4x with wiki markups gone and the complicated html introduced .... searching is much more complicated
I think the next best answer is to use the Remote API or the CLI. You'd have to iterate through every page, then use code to search and replace:
Search the page for the term 'findReplace'.
Actually, I use the webdav interface and notepad++, as someone here suggested, for various sourcecode updates :) With 4.x, that might get more complicated since wikimarkup is "shorter" for the serach/replace dialog, but should work as well.
Just beware that you have to exclude "version*.txt" files from your ops,
Yikes - it looks like all the documentation for this is gone now. I used the plugin before, but I can't remember for sure. I think it was in Administration >> Search and Replace, or something like that? Check in the admin console - I think it's somewhere in there.
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