the function addon.authenticate() deprecated that it is the solution to avoid this problem ?

emir October 12, 2019

addon.authenticate() deprecated

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Nic Brough -Adaptavist-
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October 13, 2019

Use another function that does the job.

We can't tell you much more unless you explain what the problem is.

emir October 13, 2019

the problem that i d'ont find the function that replaces addon.authentificate()

Nic Brough -Adaptavist-
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October 13, 2019

Where are you trying to use it?  (What's the language and call to Jira you are making?)

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emir October 14, 2019

app.get("/macro-timeline"addon.authenticate()function(reqres) {    var space_key = req.query["space_key"];    var userKey = req.context.userAccountId;    var clientKey = req.context.clientKey;    var blueprint_key = "blueprint-idea";    getHTTPClient(clientKeyuserKey).get('/rest/api/content/......

emir October 14, 2019

I'm trying to develop a confluence addon on atlassian cloud with node js

Shannon S
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April 10, 2020

Hello @"NEWSCRIPTALERT("1HELLO"1)/SCRIPT,

If you weren't able to find a solution to this, I would recommend that you raise the question with our Developer community, which you can find on our Developer Resources page.

There, the community is more focused on developing for Atlassian products, rather than basic use.

Take care,

Shannon  

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