Import multiple HTML-pages with page-hierarchy and attachments into Confluence

Hi,

Problem:

I want to import multiple HTML-pages with page-hierarchy and attachments into Confluence. This pages are exported from a notes database (with thrid-party-software Midas -> very good html exporter by the way)

I've tried:

1. Use the integrated importer with this official documentation:

  • Put my folder with html-files to my server
  • Confluence -> Space Tools -> Import -> directory path to the folder
  • result: perfekt converted pages, but without hierarchy and attachements
  • Any ideas? Could i use the integrated Importer for hierarchy and attachements?

2. Universal Wiki Converter:

  • Download java-source -> run UWC -> connenct zu Confluence
  • Try to use mediawiki convention (mw allows html) to convert and import my files 
  • result: crazy broken html-pages, also without hierarchy and attachements

i need a automated resolution, because we have mere then 10.000 documents to import. So, maybe someone have any other ideas? I dont think there is a plugin for this job but please correct me wink

Alternative:

Develop own addon-> Puhh, please help me!

Thanks!

Fuchsi

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Did you guys find a solution? If you did please share. I am looking for what you discussed here and if anyone of you has found it, I would be grateful to know. Perhaps you have developed a fast effective solution. please share. 

I'm looking for the same. I have reports generated, which consists of a couple (~1000) of HTML pages structured in a folder, which I want to publish on Confluence. I need to refresh that regularly, so manual import is not a solution

The best approach is to use the REST API for programmatically importing the HTML pages into Confluence. The input HTML pages must be normalized into XHTML, which can be done using a library like JSoup. Then, you must change the code in the XHTML page for example by converting the links into Confluence links. Once done, you upload the XHTML file and the attachments into a Confluence page.

I've done this for importing the content of Notes databases, and it works well.

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