The company I'm working for creates and sells software. The software suite is composed of many programs that all work together. The business this software is created for requires offline available help. The help is distributed with the installer of the software and displayed in a browser.
To maintain these help pages we use Confluence. All the help is put in one Confluence space called Help. In this space, all programs are listed with help pages per program. The structure looks like this:
The current way of affairs is to do a manual export to HTML for each program listed in the help space.
This goes like this:
So the process is time consuming, and brain dead work since there are more than 50 programs that have to be done like this.
Question: Is there a way to do this automatically? Either per subspace (Program1, Program2, etc) or the whole Help space at once?
If an automatic space export can be done we could just split up the current space to suit our needs. We would like to make this part of our nightly build process, to always have up-to-date help available for our installer.
It is possible using the CLi interface for confluence. See this link for more details
You can try the AutoExport for Confluence Plugin.
The Marketplace Download is a bit outdated. The sources in the Bitbucket Repo are newer. https://bitbucket.org/atlassianlabs/confluence-autoexport-plugin
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