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I am looking for a plugin or a ready-made solution that would help automate the process of editing an article in Confluence on an event in Jira. For example, they made changes to the user's data or marked him as fired, and the change is made in the Confluence article where this user is listed. In the table of the article or in the text, his mention is changed to the default one or, if the default value is already indicated, and a new employee is hired and his role matches the description of the role in the article on Confluence, then his data or even the @User hyperlink is substituted in the table cell or a certain place in the text.
Perhaps you are familiar with ready-made plugins, perhaps free ones that do something similar, or someone has already encountered such tasks and can help, if not with a ready-made solution, then tell you how best to implement it in a custom plugin.
I would be grateful for any help in finding a solution.
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Hi @Andrei Pastushenko I don't know of any ready made plugin that would satisfy this ask. I do know that you can create this via custom scripting using the features of the Scriptrunner plugin.
I've done something very similar at a prior client. You could write your own plugin to achieve this as well. Regardless of the approach you're looking at a time investment.
Yes you can do this with ScriptRunner. If you have ScriptRunner for Confluence installed you can create custom REST endpoints in Confluence.
Then on the Jira side, you could create a custom Listener or custom Post-function to react to the event and execute a call to the custom REST endpoints on Confluence side to make the required changes.