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Export content from Chorus to Confluence

Export content from Chorus to Confluence.

"can we try to port from Chorus to confluence via some intermediate format"

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Yes, you can, but I'm afraid you'll need to do some conversion work - as you say "via some intermediate format".

Confluence's import functions are summarised at

In the old days, it used to have a number of importers for various competitors, and a "universal wiki conversion" thingy, but they were never ideal, you always had to do some work to manipulate data to get it to look right after import, and they were not used a lot, so no one wanted to maintain them.  

You'll find the doc says "you probably want to talk to a partner to help you migrate", and I'd recommend that (especially Adaptavist, of course!)

However, start with a quick read of that doc to see what sort of approach you want to take, and look at what Chorus can provide as an export.  If you let us know what Chorus can output, we can help guide you on what route to take!

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