HTML import to Confluence

Hi,

My company has been evaluating Confluence for documentation purposes. Currently, our documentation is based on html files which have hyper links to Doxygen generated html output. I would like to ask what would be the best way to import all of our html doc folders to Confluence.

Is there an off-the-shelf solution for this purpose? All I could find is some scripts / plugins stated in the following links which do not seem to be straightforward to use:

https://confluence.atlassian.com/pages/viewpage.action?pageId=151106#
http://colonelpanic.net/2010/10/integrating-doxygen-and-confluence/#nirvana

Thanks

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After some investigation and attempts, we decided not to bring the generated HTML files into Confluence. I'd be happy to discuss in depth. In the mean time, I can link you to a blog entry I wrote about what we DID do to mix Confluence and Doxygen/JSDoc HTML pages:

http://www.confluenza.com/2013/01/04/protect-static-html-pages-using-crowd-and-confluence/

To create links from Confluence to the generated HTML, I created a macro that takes the classpath and classname.

hth,

matt

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