We're moving the entire content of several spaces into another sapce.
When I do this, I keep getting errors to do wth duplicate pages names. However, unhelpfully Confluence doesn't say which names are duplicated. This means the only way to find out what the duplicates are, is to do it manually.
Which is a ridiculously time consuming thing to do, especially when each space that's being moved has 100s of pages.
Does anyone know how I can do find out what these duplicates are?
I've written a couple of Python scripts to do this.
pagelister.py– Accesses Confluence via the remote API, and lists all the pages in a given set of Confluence spaces. It puts the page names and space keys into a text file in the format required by the
pageduptest.py– Checks a text file for duplicate page names, and spits out the offending page names and space keys.
thanks for the idea, but that would mean visually comparing the content of three different spaces, which I'm certainly not going to do. :)
Apparently the API can be used to do this, but I've no idea how to, and at 2130 on Sunday evening, I'm not about to try finding out how. :)
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