Reuse Jira login session in confluence

I am writing a groovy script which will login to a confluence instance and create pages. Can I login to confluence using the same session of Jira i.e. I do not want to hardcode passwords in any script.

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You might take a look at crowd.

This provides Single Sign On for the Atlassian stack and that might help you out.

Best regards,
Peter

Thanks for replying

Both the Jira and conflunce are using crowd but I am using the remote API from my groovy script to connect to confluence and create a page.

Something like this

def locator = new ConfluenceSoapServiceServiceLocator()

def service = locator.getConfluenceserviceV2(new URL("http://localhost:8090/rpc/soap-axis/confluenceservice-v2"))

def token = service.login("user", "password")

I dont want to use the login method but want to use , say the jira token instead

That's over my head, I can't really help you there.

Hi,

you can login only if you use something like single sign on

Can I use SSO in a groovy script

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