include from Bitbucket into Confluence

Hi there, 

I wonder if I could include the files from bitbucket into my documentation page in confluence.  I tried the include macro, but the file couldn't be rendered. Is there a way to do it?


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Hi Inke! Would the Code Block macro work for you? It allows you to display source code in your page with syntax highlighting, and it's available for Cloud and Server.

Let us know if you have questions!



Meanwhile, I chose the HTML Include macro, but it included only the bitbucket login page although I am already logged in. 

Hi Ana, thank you for the quick answer. The Code Block macro won't work because I want to link to a file in bitbucket rather than inserting fix code snippets. 

I see, I misunderstood your request. However, the HTML Include macro won't work in your case as the Bitbucket page will require authentication (I assume you don't want to make the repo public?)



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