Currently using confluence 3.5.xx standalone. Currently we have a bunch of axure projects that we export to .html projects, zip up, and make available for download from various confluence pages on our site.
Instead of forcing clients to download and unpack the zip archive for each axure project, is there a way that I can host all these .html files somewhere on this server so that we could just link to the index file/entry point for each axure project?
I suspect the correct approach to this involves registering another application inTomcat and storing these files there, but that runs us into #2 above.
*edit* There's no need to include any of these files in search, etc...
Since you are using the standalone version which uses tomcat or jetty under the cover (i forget as this is not consistent across the suite) so you should be able to drop files into the resource folder within the webapp directory.
This would be the same spot that confluence serves images and such from.
BUt I think that is a _bad_ approach, and if you want to host html files you should setup an apache or IIS web server (not tomcat, that is an application server).
Any any IT department that scoffs at setting up an apache instance to host html files should be eliminated, and replaced with a pack of interns.
Finally setting up a single apache instance can act as a "reverse proxy" for confluence, and serve the html files from a single domain, using different contexts.
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