Is there a way to migrate Assembla wiki to Confluence Server?

Peter Bengov Community Champion May 18, 2017

Thanks

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Is there a way to export Assembla content to a standard format that Confluence might be able to read?

Peter Bengov Community Champion May 18, 2017

Hi Nice, what would these formats be? 

There's some flexibility if you are happy to do scripting, but off-the-shelf, it'll happily read in Word (albeit individual pages) and simple text files.  I've done a few imports with a "scrape existing site, run it through html2text to create one text file per page, run import"

With scripting or add-ons, you get a lot more power though.  Even the REST interface can help with more complex "read some data, poke it into Confluence as a page"

Peter Bengov Community Champion May 18, 2017

Thanks. I'll review 

Looks like Assembla offer a JSON export

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