projectdoc Toolbox

Specify a query to fetch document IDs. Pass this list of IDs to other service calls (e.g. to patch properties or sections).


cURL Call
curl -n 
  -s "" | jq .

Using curl -n assumes you are using a .netrc file to authenticate. Please see REST Login to Confluence with cURL for more options.


Using cURL it is necessary that the strings of the Query-part of an URL are correctly urlencoded.

e.g. ?where=$<Dokumenttyp>=[it-service] is not a valid query string

So the string following the equal sign must be urlencoded e.g using the linux-urlencode command:

myuser@home ~ # urlencode "$<Dokumenttyp>=[it-service]"

This results to the following complete query string:

  "size": 63,
  "start-index": 0,
  "max-result": 63,
  "id-list": "6291527,6291530,8520652,8520665,7308961,6295008,6295086,6295038,...,6291777,6291781,6291783",
  "document": [
      "id": 6291527,

The value for id-list may be used to patch this set of documents.


Related information on using REST APIs (with cURL) to integrate with remote information systems.

REST Login to Confluence with cURL
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