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How do I create a confluence page using a global template from Jira automation?


I have created Jira automation rule to create a confluence page. Right now, the page format is basic using Json, I want to create a page using a global template but its throwing 500 error If I am using below line in code:

"template": {"template name"}

Is there any solution for this? could you please help me with that.


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Vishwas Rising Star Jan 29, 2022

Hey @ppushpam 

Welcome to Atlassian Community !!

I hope you are creating a automation rule using "send web request" as mentioned in this link

passing "template": {"template name"} in json body wont work.

Looks like there isn't a easy way to achieve this, there might be possibility that this is not there yet, please check this thread for more info.




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Hi @ppushpam and @Vishwas

To better support this use case, we've recently introduced a new "Create Confluence page" action to Automation - you can read more about this here: 

Can you document how to register templates, so that they show up in the dropdown

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