Publish to Confluence OnDemand 5.3 with Jenkins

I am trying to get Jenkins to automatically update a Confluence page with data about different builds.

Prepend content is working, but I would need to get Replace content between start/end tokens to work. I have already seen but I don't get the tokens working on Confluence. I am not really sure how and which tokens/macros I should be using, if some additional plugins should be installed to Confluence, or if the plugin isn't supporting this Confluence version.

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Renjith Pillai Community Champion Nov 05, 2013

If that doesnt work, launch a script from Jenkins and use Confluence CLI to update the page.

CLI is not an option with OnDemand, but thanks for the suggestion :)

Renjith Pillai Community Champion Nov 19, 2013
Cli is always an option for OnDemand AFAIK. Bob can confirm :)

Yes, you are correct, all CLIs work with OnDemand (contrary to what the Marketplace entry may indicate - that is a long standing Marketplace bug). Just like for download, you need to ensure that remote access is enabled on your instance.

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