Cors Exception When Adding Gliffy Or Draw.io Diagram Into Global Template

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July 5, 2019

I tried to add a global page template using cloud confluence console. (/wiki/pages/templates2/listglobaltemplates.action) I wanted to add gliffy and draw.io macros but i couldn't do it because of the Cors error. 

When i try to save gliffy file, it doesn't work and i get this on the browser console:


Access to XMLHttpRequest at 'https://go.gliffy.com/go/api/setutmcookie?' from origin 'https://confluence-connect.gliffy.net' has been blocked by CORS policy: The 'Access-Control-Allow-Origin' header has a value 'null' that is not equal to the supplied origin 

When i try to add draw.io, i get this on the browser console:

Failed to validate origin 

Also, i tried adding space template but it doesn't work either. I couldn't find any security configuration for it. So, how can i add these diagrams into my global templates.

 

Chrome version 75.0.3770.100)

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Rahul Trehan July 8, 2019

Hi,

Global templates are not published pages and so cannot have an attachment associated with them (required to publish a diagram). Both Gliffy and draw.io use attachments for published content, so it follows that you would not be able to update the diagram in the template.

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Hi, 

Thanks for the information. It also didn't work for space template which makes me think that they are not publish page as well. So is there a way, a workaround or something that i can place attachments to any kind of template? Is it possible i can achieve it by writing my own add-on?

Rahul Trehan July 8, 2019

There is a workaround by editing the Gliffy Diagram Global blueprint if you want to add a page with the Gliffy Diagram. 

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