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    Automate and Customize Confluence with custom macros from Power Script SIL routines. Enjoy Confluence integration with Jira

    Automate and Customize Confluence with custom macros from Power Script SIL routines. Enjoy Confluence integration with Jira

    Automate and Customize Confluence with custom macros from Power Script SIL routines. Enjoy Confluence integration with Jira

    Create actions for Confluence automation

    Sync Jira and Confluence and avoid duplication

    Integrate Confluence with other SAAS products

    Automate labels in bulk, delete old comments, modify permissions in pages in bulk. Easily clone pages and spaces to create templates.

    Create and update Confluence spaces and pages through Jira projects or update Jira tickets with comments from Confluence pages. Add projects and tickets in Jira and have data flow seamlessly to Confluence or vice versa.

    Use our incredibly easy SIL language, to pull customer data from ERP or sales management tools eg. Salesforce, CRM tools or CMS eg. Wordpress, Squarespace, Drupal etc.

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    Perfect for all Confluence admins, Power Scripts™ for Confluence enables Confluence integration with Jira so you can customize your Confluence. Script your own functionality using Simple Issue Language™ (SIL) or use our out-of-the-box functionality.

    Common use cases

    • Integrate Jira and Confluence
    • Enhance Confluence administration
    • Automate repetitive tasks in Confluence
    • Expand Confluence functionality with Confluence macros and routines
    • Extend Confluence events
    • Create pages and spaces automatically based on conditions
    • Create Jira tickets and projects from Confluence based on defined conditions

    Key features

    • Unlock countless opportunities by integrating your Confluence with Jira
    • Ease the life for your Confluence Admin and let them focus on more challenging tasks
    • Customize your Confluence content, boost data display
    • Don't hate - automate! Speed up your repetitive tasks by adding automation to your Confluence
    • Leverage built in examples and scripts to get started in minutes

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    by Radosveta Delcheva on 2019-03-20
    Great idea to have something like that for Confluence
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    Thanks for your kind review Radosveta! Don't forget to check out our handy tutorial videos if you want to see some more use cases :)

    by Christian Brien on 2018-11-05
    I'm very happy to see that cPrime has recently released a SIL (Power Scripts) add-on for Confluence. This first version is a bit rough around the edges, and the documentation has numerous errors (even in the code examples), but it is definitely a step in the right direction for people who love SIL (Power Scripts) for its ease of use compared to Groovy. In order to better understand how this add-on works, you are better off starting with SIL (Power Scripts) for JIRA, because it is a lot more mature, and the documentation is more elaborate. Once you get comfortable with this add-on for JIRA, the one for Confluence will be easier to understand, and you will be able to navigate past the errors in the documentation without trouble. Also, my first installation of Power Scripts for Confluence did not work, the add-on refusing to enable. I uninstalled it and reinstalled it a second time, and it worked. Not sure what caused that error, but I notified cPrime in case something needs to be edited in their deployment package. To use it, one of the basic concepts to understand is that Confluence pages use HTML in the background, so adding data to a page has to be done via... - A bulleted list - A numbered list - A table - Plain text (a paragraph tag within HTML) So, the different Power Script macros that can be added to a Confluence page will basically call a script that will process data using typical SIL routines, and the script's output will then be displayed on the page in one of the formats listed above. To be noted that the difference between the "SIL script" macro and the "SIL table" macro is subtle. You can use the "SIL script" macro to display tables, or other formats as I mentioned previously, but the "SIL table" macro also allows you to tweak the column headers and transpose the data vertically/horizontally. Besides that, SIL (Power Scripts) for Confluence comes with extra goodies, similarly to the JIRA version, like the ability to program listener or connect to other systems (LDAP, database, etc...). This said, although the first version of this add-on is rough around the edges, it is a much welcomed addition to the existing SIL add-on universe from cPrime, and I will look forward to seeing it mature and get more elaborate with time.
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    Thank you for your detailed review Christian! We also have some handy tutorial videos that might be useful for you. Thanks for using Power Scripts™ for Confluence!

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    Version 1.1.3 Confluence Server 6.0.1 - 6.15.6 Released 2019-03-18


    Added new routines to support blog posts!


    The following routines were added in this version:

    • blogExists — Verifies whether a given blog is a registered Confluence blog.
    • countBlogs — Returns the number of blogs contained in the selected space.
    • createBlog — Creates a blog based on the provided arguments.
    • deleteBlog — Places the selected blog in the trash.
    • getBlog — Retrieves a blog ID by searching for space key, blog title and posting date. The routine will return a -1 if the blog is not found.
    • getBlogs — Returns all blogss of a space, by space key.
    • getBlogsInPeriod — Returns blogs of a space, by space key, date and period.
    • getBlogURL — Retrieves a blog URL by blog ID.
    • getNewestBlog — Retrieves a newest blog ID for space, by space key.
    • moveBlog — Moves the selected blog to a new space.
    • permanentDeleteBlog — Permanently delete a given blog.


    1. Log into your Confluence instance as an admin.
    2. Click the admin dropdown and choose Add-ons. The Manage add-ons screen loads.
    3. Click Find new apps or Find new add-ons from the left-hand side of the page.
    4. Locate Power Scripts™ for Confluence via search. Results include app versions compatible with your Confluence instance.
    5. Click Install to download and install your app.
    6. You're all set! Click Close in the Installed and ready to go dialog.

    To find older Power Scripts™ for Confluence versions compatible with your instance, you can look through our version history page.

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