I've noticed that Confluence lets me export the whole wiki as an HTML site. I would like to do the same with all of the issues in my Jira project. The only option the documentation provides is to backup and download the zip file containing the XML representations of the data. That would suffice if I were simply backing up the data or had the time to write my own XSLT to allow me to view it, but I need to let other members of my team mine the backed up data for the creation of project documentation.
Close, but not exactly what I'm looking for. I need to be able to get the full issues as HTML and any attachments. Very similar to how the Backup/Export works, but I need HTML and not XML.
Ideally, the product team could supply an offline viewing tool that would apply the appropriate XSLT to the XML generated by the backup/export process.
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