How to get storage format of a page or a template?

Sayed Bares _ServiceRocket_
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December 31, 2018

Page:

  1. Go to the page having the issue
  2. Click on ( > View Storage Format)
  3. Copy the source code
  4. Save the codes on a .txt file

Template:

  1. Install "Confluence Source Editor" add-on
  2. Go to cog.png> General Configuration > Global Templates and Blueprints
  3. Find the templates
  4. Click on "Edit"
  5. Click on "<>"
  6. Copy the codes of the source editor
  7. Save the codes on a .txt file

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roman
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June 29, 2020

@Chetan Belur, I don't know. Sorry.

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June 28, 2020

@roman How can we download storage format of a page using python confluence api?

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January 14, 2019

@Sayed Bares _ServiceRocket_,

the image in the 2nd step of the 'template' section is not displayed because I don't have access to Service Rocket's Confluence. You can try it yourself by opening this discussion in an incognito browser tab.

I might be wrong, but I think this image was just copied from Confluence. This, unfortunately, won't copy the image file itself. You would need to download the image to your local computer and attach it as a file to your post.

Roman.

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