We newly upgraded our Confluence installation from version 2.x to 4.2. As Confluence is providing an easy way to build up and maintain a documentation, we want to import our existing RoboHelp HTML documentation into Confluence.
However, all ways of importing content into Confluence seem to have drawbacks:
- Importing Word documents neglects links and images.
- The PHP script supplied by a users community doesn't work out of the box, but throws errors.
- The indirect way via a MediaWiki didn't work either.
We have appr. 1800 pages to convert, so doing this manually would be too much time consuming. How do other customers of yours solve this problem?
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