I have to implement parser (Java witchout atlassian SDK) which allow me to change my xml to csv to import issues. BUT i have to change description and comment in html to Atlassian wiki format. i found this:
So i add new dependency to my app:
But now i got this error:
Exception in thread "main" java.lang.NoClassDefFoundError: com/opensymphony/util/TextUtils
at com.atlassian.renderer.wysiwyg.converter.DefaultWysiwygConverter ...
Should i add some additional dependencies?
I'm not 100% sure how you're using the renderer, but I was able to convert HTML to MarkUp with the following relevant pom sections.
The snippets are below and working on github.
<!-- This exclusion is necessary if you are in a
situation which it conflicts, EG: using spring-boot -->
<!-- https://developer.atlassian.com/docs/advanced-topics/working-with-maven/atlassian-maven-repositories -->
Does it support the conversion of inline style which embedded in html to the wiki format ?
like if there is html with css for italic text is like as below
<div><span style="font-style:italic;">Test Italic</span></div>
will the confluence convert above html in the wiki italic style?
This kind of question is best just something you try yourself to find out. I wouldn't know off handedly, since I'm just consuming their library not actually writing it.
It doesn't look like their library supports inline styles, but it does support the <i /> tag. You can see it demonstrated here:
You might have to do some data-transformations if you're consuming HTML from another resource.
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