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Port templates between Confluence servers

Hi there.

We are in the process of configuring a data centre installation of Confluence on a production server having previously developed and tested Confluence on a sandbox server. Part of the formal delivery requires us to document all installation and configuration changes that we make in a build instruction document. We have defined a number of our own templates that we need to replicate on the production server and also document how the template was configured.

Are the templates we have created accessible via the file system (or some other mechanism) so we can add them as attachments to our build instructions and potentially transfer them to production server?

Thanks

Charlie

2 answers

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Hi @Charlie Cronin ,

I don't think you can save it as attachment. 

But you should be able to get the storage format of a template and save that to some kind of file.

You can import storage format via Source Code Editor or REST API, see here

https://community.atlassian.com/t5/Confluence-discussions/How-to-import-storage-format/td-p/970905

Thanks for the feedback and link

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Templates are "content", the same way that pages are, they live in the database and look like pages there.

But because they are not really pages, there's no export/import for them.  The best you can do is a copy and paste, or look at the storage formats Bastien has suggested.

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