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How to publish externally generated html to confluence

Hi, need help on how to publish HTML report in confluence? When I generate a report, I get a folder with bunch of supportive files. Where should I load then to be able to access the report properly?

One of the report is created for GC analysis. We're using GCMV to generate GC report, which generates below folders - 

- index.html 

- png files ( for graphs) 

- .css file consisting of report data 

Basically index file make a reference to these file. 

In sharepoint, we zip the folder and upload it. What needs to be done in case of confluence? 

Thanks in advance


3 answers

Hello, can somone tell us how to publish HTML cucumber reports in confluence page ? using confluence publisher plugin in Jenkins

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AnnWorley Atlassian Team Nov 03, 2017

For Confluence, the HTML files have to be added to the file system, there is no way to upload in the UI. I am not sure it is the best procedure for routine reports. Here are the details: How to Use Confluence to Serve Static Content

This add-on, HTML for Confluence, provides this functionality:

Bring HTML content into Confluence from other systems with minimal effort. Access content from body text, attachment, file system, or URL

Thanks for the quick response Ann

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If you are happy with the Sharepoint based workflow, you can do the same exact thing in Confluence, too:

  1. Create a zip
  2. Attach that to any Confluence page:

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