Atlassian Command Line Interface

(7) 13852 downloads Bob Swift Atlassian Add-ons (an Appfire Company)Available for multiple products
JIRA 5.0 - 6.2.3
Confluence 3.5 - 5.4.4
FishEye 2.7.0 - 3.3.3
Bamboo 4.4.0 - 5.4.2
Crucible 2.7.0 - 3.3.3
Stash 2.2.0 - 2.12.1
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Access Atlassian applications from a command line

Award winning integration and automation enabler

Enhanced actions eliminates or minimizes scripting

Exchange data with other applications using CSV

Enables many integration scenarios. Uses application provided remote APIs and other techniques to make it easy to automate a wide variety of use cases across Atlassian products.

Use powerful actions such as run, runFromSql, runFromCsv, runFromList, and other product specific runFrom capabilities.

List actions support CSV output for integration with other applications. Import external data using CSV and the runFromCsv action.

Pricing overview

This add-on is sold by a third-party vendor.

Let us know that you'd like to manage this add-on's billing on your Atlassian invoice.

This add-on is available for OnDemand.

Get it now and follow the installation instructions to connect it to your OnDemand instance.

User reviews

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by Anders Nilsen on 25 Jul 2013
I really like it, but if im not mistaken there's not possible to exportspace as HTML ? Just PDF? If i use --action exportSpace --space "spacename" --exportType "PDF" --file "BACKUP_DIRECTORY" It works great, but i was hoping that changing type from PDF to HTML would do the trick, and it doesn't.. Any ideas as to how you can do a HTML export? (Or to get attachements included in the PDF)
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Vendor response

--exportType HTML exports to a zip file containing html including attachments. If you are having difficulties, open an issue with more details. 

by Adam Parkin on 23 Nov 2012
Awesome stuff, any chance it'll be updated to include Atlassian Stash? That'd pretty much make it perfect for my usages.
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Please create an issue ( and document what kind of actions you think would be important to support.

Thanks to Adam for creating a bunch of requirements documented at  

There is now a new Stash Command Line Interface with release 3.2.0.

by Julian Gardner on 01 May 2012
Could you please update this plugin to Confluence 4.2? We can't use it rightnow.
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by Rolf Steinecke on 30 Apr 2011
ideal for automated tasks in Confluence, and easy to use in Perl scripts!
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by andrei shpakov on 02 Aug 2010
thanks for the tool - works great for our Confluence instance
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More details

  • Automation and integration enabler for JIRA, Confluence, Bamboo, Stash, Crucible, and FishEye
  • Simple and consistent syntax
  • Enhanced actions eliminates or minimizes script logic
  • Part of a family of Atlassian CLI tools

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Paid-via-vendor add-ons are licensed and purchased direcly through the vendor who makes this add-on.

Payment for paid-via-vendor add-ons is not handled by Atlassian.

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Release notes

version 3.8.0JIRA 5.0 - 6.2.3, Confluence 3.5 - 5.4.4, FishEye 2.7.0 - 3.3.3, Bamboo 4.4.0 - 5.4.2, Crucible 2.7.0 - 3.3.3, Stash 2.2.0 - 2.12.1

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Fixed in this release


  1. Log into your Atlassian application instance as an admin.
  2. Click the admin dropdown and choose Add-ons. The Manage add-ons screen loads.
  3. Click Find new add-ons from the left-hand side of the page.
  4. Locate Atlassian Command Line Interface via search. Results include add-on versions compatible with your Atlassian application instance.
  5. Click Install to download and install your add-on. If your add-on cannot be installed directly into your application, you may be prompted to download.
  6. You're all set! Click Close in the Installed and ready to go dialog.

To find older Atlassian Command Line Interface versions compatible with your instance, you can look through our version history page.

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