I would like to setup a script job that scans a page for web inks and marks in red those that are not valid any more.
The reason why I do not want to use a macro for this is that I want watchers to be notified of this change.
I have installed Confluence script runner, I had a look at the confluence API especially regarding ContentEntityObject but I could not figure out a way to read the page content and update it.
Ok, clear now. What you need essentially is understand that each page is composed of a sort of meta language called storage format https://confluence.atlassian.com/doc/confluence-storage-format-790796544.html
In essence what you need to do is look for all pages, iterate over them, get the page content and update it, so something like:
ContentEntityObject contentEntityObject = page.getContentEntityObject() String body = contentEntityObject.getBodyAsString() //Do a regex to replace the "a" links and add a style="background-color:red" to it after the replace do contentEntityObject.setBodyAsString() with the updated body and then finally: this.pageManager.saveContentEntity(contentEntityObject, SILENT_SAVE_CONTEXT);
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