Please let us know what is the potential opportunity to export a Confluence content ( eg., a particular space content ) to the any other interface - particularly , export to Microsoft SharePoint through Confluence?
Request your possible inputs/suggestions if any.
Why the downgrade? Why not just publish it via Confluence, the easy way?
Anyway, yes, you can export a page or a space into various formats. You can then load them into Sharepoint in a few ways too. You'll need to decide exactly what you're trying to achieve in Sharepoint, as that's likely to determine what export is the best format.
Thanks Nic for your response !! One of our customer feels, confluence is way too costly..hence they decided to move the contents from confluence to sharepoint..
currently, the requirement is to move space contents from confluence 4.2.1 to sharepoint 2010..any thoughts on this ??
I don't think your users can add up. How many have you actually got? (A small install of 25 users is $100 for Confluence and $250 for Sharepoint. If you're a large site, well, 2000 users in Confluence is $1,000 against $10,000 in Sharepoint)
Anyway. As far as I know, there's no import function in Sharepoint that can cope with Confluence's xml export. You'll need to either scrape every page into a document for mass upload, or convert xml or html exports into a format Sharepoint can import.
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