importing MySQL to Confluence 4.1

Any suggestions on importing MySQL data dump into Confluence 4.1?

The table is a knowledge base, each row is an issue, so I want to create a page for each row. Ideally I'd populate the page title by concatenating the ID and title fields.

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Hello Robert,

Instead of importing the data directly into Confluence database (which can be almost impossible to work), I'd strongly recommend you to use remote API available in Confluence - https://developer.atlassian.com/display/CONFDEV/Confluence+XML-RPC+and+SOAP+APIs

Perhaps, create a remote application that goes through each of the data row, and create a page based on this information using remote methods.

-Hanis-

Have you tried using the {Jiraissue} macros?

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