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Accessing ContentDraftService

Peter-Dave Sheehan
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Mar 25, 2021

Following the most excellent article by @Jonny Carter I wanted to try to manage drafts associated with bulk-changed pages.

I found that the approach described only changes the published version of the page. The draft will still have the pre-bulk-update content.

Then next author to come around and attempt to edit the page will end up overwriting the bulk changes.

I tried to manipulate the drafts using methods available in the ContentDraftService using the following as suggested by Jonny in a comment response:

import com.atlassian.confluence.api.service.content.ContentDraftService
def draftService = ComponentLocator.getComponent(ContentDraftService)

But with this, draftService is a NullObject.

Does anyone know how to correctly get the ContentDraftService or have thoughts on what I found around what happens to draft when bulk updating via scripts?

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