We have a large set of requirements that we would like to import into Confluence as Requirements Blueprints.
I don't see a way to have the Requirements Blueprint applied during the import. We'd rather not have to manually enter thousands of requirements.
I don't know if you are finished entering your requirements manually, but there are other ways to do what you want to do.
What you can do is define a new Issue Type in JIRA called Requirement
Then, you can import thoses issue (with issuetype = Requirement) in JIRA (from which tool do these requirements come from? Excel? DOORS?)
I would use Confluence to instantiate Requirements as objects in a Blueprint you define. You can use, JIRA issue macro that is part of the Confluence package. Nuum has created the Advanced JIRA insert issue macro or the AJIIM macro http://bit.ly/1kwt9uJ that was specially developed for this purpose, and which can also show traceability.
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