Emebedding PHP in Confluence

Here I am trying to embed a php file into Confluence page. I need to send logged in user credentials to the apache server and than create HTML page according to the Credentials.

Can any one tell me how I can do this.

Thanks

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Daniel Wester Community Champion May 23, 2013

Can you give more details as to what you're trying to do? Confluence is Java based so you can't just embed a php file and have it running.

Hi Daniel,

I have a php application and want to connect it with confluence so that I can utilize confluence features. After some research I find out that I can embed HTML in Confluence pages, But my PHP application populates pages according to the logged in user So I want to achieve this.

I just need to grab credentials of user logged in into conluence and than some how send them to PHP web page and perform normal functions what my PHP application does.

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