I am working with a customer who has the technical documentation in DocBook and wants to migrate over to Confluence. I have been looking for a migration tool for this but haven't found any :-(
There was one (back in the days) by Red Hat called DocBook import for Confluence but it is not supported for Confluence 5.
Any clues, anyone?
This is probably a viable way to solve the issue.
If you have an existing Confluence instance in which you want to import the DocBook documents you could:
Based on the low activity in this thread I guess this is the best way to do it. Let me know how it goes for you!
I'm in a similar position. What I intend to do is to try to install the latest version of Confluence which is suppoerted by the plugin (3.5.17, according to https://marketplace.atlassian.com/plugins/org.jboss.labs.confluence.plugin.docbook_import), import the data, then try to upgrade Confluence.
If you or anyone else found a working solution I'd be happy to hear about it.
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