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Direct merging of two separate backup files into one common section

For an integrated management system with focus on ISMS (ISO 27001) and QM ISO 9001 we received two Confluence backup files. One backup contains the basic system (ISMS) and the second contains supplementary chapters on quality management according to ISO 9001. A restore of both backups provides two separate sections.

How can we either merge both backups directly with each other on import or subsequently create a contiguous section from both sections?

Gladly without much manual effort.

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Hi @Michael Theumert ,

You've posted this in the Confluence Cloud collection, but if you have backup files, sounds like you are on self-hosted (Server or Data Center). If you scroll down to the bottom of your page, is there a Confluence version listed? If so, you're on self-hosted.

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