Has anyone imported or updated JavaDoc or PHPDoc to Confluence?

We have several project that produce JavaDoc and/or PHPDoc. Would like to be able to display the updated documentation within specific spaces on Confluence that are connected with our projects. Has anyone done this?

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You can use the Docs Plugin: https://marketplace.atlassian.com/plugins/net.meixxi.confluence.docs.docs-plugin. This plugin enables you to upload and publish your JavaDocs and other HTML and JavaScript based content in Confluence.

Docs provides also a REST Interface in order to automate the publishing process. So, publishing the JavaDocs can become part of the Continuous Integartion Process. A technical documentation as well as a sample code can you find here: https://bitbucket.org/meixxi/docs-plugin/wiki/Home

Have you tried using this plugin? https://plugins.atlassian.com/plugin/details/11120 It lets you import javadoc easily into confluence.

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