Is it possible to store/save data in confluence database using spring web application?

Hello,

Is there any ways to store/save data into conflunce database using spring web application?

And get those store/save data in spring web application OR confluence application.

If yes, what are different ways?


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Hi Rajesh,

Atlassian applications use active objects to store data. Take a look at

https://developer.atlassian.com/display/DOCS/Active+Objects

Thanks Bhushan!!

The reference URL you mentioned is about plugin data storage component.

And I think it will work only for plugin develoment to confluence.

Any thoughts about the API or REST API or other API which provides ways to call from web application ( say spring web application) to save/store data in confluence database?


You can develop REST API module that will store that data into active objects. The plugin should be installed on confluence instance.

Thanks Alexey!

Is it possible to expose that REST API to external application, in my case - spring web application?

Cheers,

Rajesh

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