This question - or similar - has been asked and discussed, but no answer has been found. This is because either - the correct response was some time ago an no longer valid - or no one has bothered answering.
I'm not being optimistic
I have a large Wikispace repository that was the sole point of documentation for a product (mobile, web, lambas etc etc).
With the news of Wikispaces shut down, I am now looking for an alternative. As my organization used Jira for development - it made sense to use confluence.
Wikispaces can export in a number of formats - with only PDF and HTML being useful (other wiki's are supported but Confluence doesn't support any other wiki format).
How can i get my export in conflunece with the links (content linking to pages, with images etc in those pages linking to the files etc) in an easy way?
I've looked at UWC - but that doesnt' seem to work/or be supported anymore.
Please can you help here? Otherwise, i'll have to use an alternive wiki service (of which i'd rather not do).
It didn't go so well.
The contents page with af ew hyperlinks imported and so did about 3 pages.
But then it didn't progress.
I waited about an hour and still no progress.
So perhaps, there is a link to an image of something that threw it off
A shame really.
What do you think Faboua?
I know that Confluence requires more space, memory, JVM. Do you think increasing time out will help?
I am not that advanced in Networks but i do know that sometimes some configuration needs to be changed until we achieve the results we are looking for.
I am so sorry that it didn't go well, if a plugin can not do it there must be another way. I don't think you should give up. Let me ask around and also let's tag @Hermance N_Dounga if Atlassian team has another suggestion.
@Tatum Bisleyall my experience has been with server instances. Try to increase the time out and see if it will help. I wish I had something to import from Wiki, I would have tried it on my Dev server with the plugin Hermance mentioned. If you run into an issue again then definitely try to open a ticket with the vendor as most of them try to help in any way they can.
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