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In my project I need to create multiple (Approx 250) confluence pages having same template. We want to automate this process so that we can pass values in .csv file and those values will get populated in confluence page automatically. That .csv file will have header so values from 2nd row will get populated in 1st confluence page and values from 3rd row will get populated in 2nd confluence page and so on.
Kindly let me know if this is possible. If yes then how we can proceed for that.
If No then only manual page creation is possible?
Hi @Neeraj Kumar and welcome to the community,
Don't think that it is possible to import csv as pages in Confluence. You can use a word file to import a page, but not a csv.
The only workaround I can think of is to write a script which will call the confluence cloud rest api and then create the pages with populated content.
In order to populate the pages based on a template, you could also create a Jira automation rule, but you will not be able to update the page content. That you have to do it afterwards with your script.
I haven't try the above solution, but it has good possibility of success.
Thanks for your prompt response.
I would like to go with solution of writing script and then calling confluence could rest API. It will be helpful if you can help in this approach like in which language I should write that script and how to link that with rest API of confluence cloud.