sharepoint 2010 on Windows 2008 and Confluence 3.5.13 on linux-tomcat 6

Hello,

We are evaluating to buy Sharepoint and thus want to be able to retrive future data from Sharepoint in Confluence. Specifically attachment in sharepoint.

We are using a custom authentication based on jaas. We store users and group in an embbeded directory in Confluence and kerberos for automatic authentication.

It should be sharepoint 2010 on Windows server 2008 and Confluence 3.5.15 and 4.3 on tomcat-linux 6.

Is it possible to put Sharepoint in this environnement with the sharepoint connector ?

Thanks for help.

sincerly,

Michael

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Hi Michael,

I'm not sure about he jaas authenticator, but using the default authenticator it is expected to work hosting Confluence on a Linux box.

Also, you may like to take a look at this page, there you will find some guidelines to plan the environment.

Cheers

thanks Tiago,

I will have a look a the link.

Michael


We are evaluating to buy Sharepoint and thus want to be able to retrive future data from Sharepoint in Confluence. Specifically attachment in sharepoint.

To share your documents (MS Office, PDF,...) from SharePoint and publish it on Confluence: the SuperOffice add-on.

Pablo.

Hi Pablo,

Sorry, the superoffice plugin doesnt exist on atlassian marketplace...

thanks anyway.

Michael

It's just DocMiner for JIRA without registering JIRA. Only register SharePoint.

There was many add-ons on the Markeplace pointing to the same base (FREE, PRO and SuperOffice) and too many pages to mantain only to say: "Do you want to publish SharePoint documents on any web page and allow your business users to relate SharePoint list items (tasks, issues,..) to texts on documents and do it even in the go, get real-time statistics about the contets progresses and much more and for free? :-)

Pablo.

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