Ok, can you explain what this has to do with Confluence in more detail? And maybe give us a question, rather than a statement?
There are two things I think you might mean here:
You want to connect your Confluence to your primary data source to get some data out for display in Confluence (or possibly even read it). You'll need to explain in more detail what you're trying to do here.
You think you want to use MongoDB as the Confluence backend database. This is wrong, it is unsupported and will not work. You will need to use Postgres, MySQL, Oracle or MS-SQL.
Repeating the statement with slightly different wording does not
My requirement is i wanted import data to Confluence application from the sources like Excel, and Other Databases.
Currently my Confluence application back end database is y SQL.
I wanted to show reports and dash boards on confluence application with the help of third party add on. So i wanted to know can we integrate Confluence application with Mongo DB as source system.
I need to pull the data from external sources ( Mongo DB ) which is not possible then at least i am planning to pull the data from any application to confluence.
My Source is FortiSOAR application and destination is Confluence application.
Please advise is it possible with API's ?
So, it depends on where you want to do the work.
It sounds like you're expecting to do reporting in Confluence, which means the first approach there is likely to be the better option, but there's not a lot I can help you with there yet because your next area of thought will need to be about how you do it.
You might need to write an app for Confluence that includes the connector to the database and provides a way for Confluence to use it. Or you might decide that one of the scripting or automation apps might be better (As an obvious example, as I work for Adaptavist, I'd be reaching for Scriptrunner, as I know that at least the Jira one has specific functions for working with remote databases). If it's relatively small and fixed piece of work, you might only need to write a user macro. Much the same list of options apply if you're going to use a remote API rather than database access.
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