This page describes how Comala Document Management app integrates with the native PDF and Word Export features of Confluence when using Same-space publishing.
When exporting pages and blog posts as PDF or Word the current state of content will be published, respecting Published vs. Draft if using Same-space publishing:
|Workflow state type||Notes|
|No workflow||Latest version of content is exported|
|Unrestricted workflow state||Latest version of content is exported|
Draft workflow state
Draft version being viewed is exported
|Published workflow state||Published version is exported|
Draft content export
When exporting Draft content, the associated workflow state will be shown in the output, under the page title, as shown in the image below:
Note: By default, only users with Edit or Admin permissions can view draft content.
When we exported this page as a PDF, it was still in the "New Draft" state. If we exported a Published state version, the state name would not appear in the export.
At the space level, we only integrate with the PDF export.
- For pages without workflows applied, the latest version will be exported as usual
- For pages with workflows, but where there is no
final=truestate in the workflow, the latest version will be exported as usual
- For pages with workflows that have a
final=truestate, only the published content will be exported; draft content will not be exported. There is no way to export a draft version of content with the space-level PDF export.
If the space is exported as HTML or XML, the latest versions of all pages will be included.