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Overview

Integrating ONLYOFFICE with Confluence open and shared workspace through a connector, available in the official Atlassian Marketplace or on ONLYOFFICE GitHub page, allows you to edit Office documents within the document library.

ONLYOFFICE app adds the following features:

  • Creating a new Edit in ONLYOFFICE option within the document library for Office documents. This allows multiple users to collaborate in real time and to save back those changes to Confluence.
  • Co-editing documents in real-time: use two co-editing modes (Fast and Strict), Track Changes, comments, and built-in chat.
  • Editing and viewing the following formats: DOCX, PPTX, XLSX. In addition, the edited files of the corresponding type can be converted into the Open Office XML formats: ODT, DOC, ODP, PPT, ODS, XLS.

Would like to install Confluence along with the ONLYOFFICE Office suite on your computer for development or a test-drive? Then you should use our installation guide for Linux-based systems or use Cloudron application platform, so you can get you a complete view of the ONLYOFFICE Document Server’s functionality and features.

Visit our For Developers page to find out more about the ONLYOFFICE Connector for Confluence in details.

Online editors integration

This plugin enables users to edit office documents from Confluence using ONLYOFFICE Document Server.

Install ONLYOFFICE Document Server

You will need an instance of ONLYOFFICE Document Server that is resolvable and connectable both from Confluence and any end clients (version 3.0 and later are supported for use with the app). If that is not the case, use the official ONLYOFFICE Document Server documentation page: Document Server for Linux. ONLYOFFICE Document Server must also be able to POST to Confluence directly.

The easiest way to start an instance of ONLYOFFICE Document Server is to use Docker Compose.

Installing ONLYOFFICE Connector for Confluence from Atlassian Marketplace

You can download the latest connector version from the official Atlassian Marketplace. This is done the following way:

  • Log into your Confluence instance as an administrator.
  • Click the admin drop-down box and choose Manage apps. The Manage apps screen will load.
  • Click Find new apps from the left-hand side of the page.
  • Locate ONLYOFFICE Connector for Confluence via search. Results will include the add-on versions compatible with your Confluence instance.
  • Click Install to download and install your application.
    ONLYOFFICE_connector ONLYOFFICE_connector
  • Now you can click Close in the Installed and ready to go dialog.

Configuring ONLYOFFICE Connector for Confluence

Find the uploaded ONLYOFFICE Connector for Confluence on the Manage apps page. Click Configure and specify the following parametrs:

  • Document Server - the URL address on which the Document Editing Server is installed (e.g. https://documentserver).
  • JWS Secret - specify the secret used to sign the data. It is the secret to validate the JSON web token in the request to Document Server.

    The JWT configuration on the Document Server side can be found here.

    Configure_menu Configure_menu

Installing ONLYOFFICE Document Server with Confluence

This guide will help you install, run and use the functionality of the Confluence server along with the ONLYOFFICE Document Server and properly configure it, so that you can easily create new and edit existing files saved in your Atlassian account. Confluence server and ONLYOFFICE office suite can not only be deployed on the Internet but also on your own computer for development or a test drive.

Install Document Server

You will need an instance of ONLYOFFICE Document Server that is resolvable and connectable both from Confluence and any end clients (version 5.9.4 and later are supported for use with the app). If that is not the case, use the official ONLYOFFICE Document Server documentation page: Document Server for Linux. ONLYOFFICE Document Server must also be able to POST to Confluence directly.

The easiest way to start an instance of ONLYOFFICE Document Server is to use Docker Compose.

Download and install Confluence Server

Click here to download most suitable installation option of the Confluence Server for you and follow this instruction to properly install and configure it.

Installing ONLYOFFICE Connector for Confluence from Atlassian Marketplace

You can download the latest connector version from the official Atlassian Marketplace. This is done the following way:

  • Log into your Confluence instance as an administrator.
  • Click the admin drop-down box and choose Manage apps. The Manage apps screen will load.
  • Click Find new apps from the left-hand side of the page.
  • Locate ONLYOFFICE Connector for Confluence via search. Results will include the add-on versions compatible with your Confluence instance.
  • Click Install to download and install your application.
    ONLYOFFICE_connector ONLYOFFICE_connector
  • Now you can click Close in the Installed and ready to go dialog.

Compiling ONLYOFFICE Connector for Confluence

If you want to compile ONLYOFFICE Connector for Confluence, then the following tools and packages must be installed:

Upload the compiled target/onlyoffice-confluence-plugin-*.jar to Confluence on the Manage apps page.

The latest compiled package files are available on our github page and on the Marketplace.

Configuring ONLYOFFICE Connector for Confluence

Find the uploaded ONLYOFFICE Connector for Confluence on the Manage apps page. Click Configure and specify the following parametrs:

  • Document Server - the URL address on which the Document Editing Server is installed (e.g. https://documentserver).
  • JWS Secret - specify the secret used to sign the data. It is the secret to validate the JSON web token in the request to Document Server.

    The JWT configuration on the Document Server side can be found here.

    Configure_menu Configure_menu

Installing ONLYOFFICE Document Server with Confluence on Cloudron

Cloudron is a platform that offers sysadmin inside for self-hosted open-source tools and allows installing, managing and securing web apps on your server with less effort.

This guide will show you how to easily run ONLYOFFICE in combination with Confluence on a Cloudron instance.

Installing and configuring Cloudron on your server

Create a fresh Ubuntu Bionic 18.04 x64 server and run the following commands:

wget https://cloudron.io/cloudron-setup
chmod +x ./cloudron-setup
./cloudron-setup --provider <digitalocean | hetzner | generic | ovh ...]

Once done, proceed to https://<IP> in your browser and accept the self-signed certificate.

In the appeared Cloudron setup wizard, provide a domain like example.com.

Select the DNS service in which the domain is hosted from the drop-down list and enter the necessary info (such as API key, token, etc.). In case your hosting service is not on the list, domain setup can be done manually.

Once DNS setup is complete, you’re redirected to https://my.example.com. Create a Cloudron admin account: enter administrator user name, email and password.

Installing ONLYOFFICE on Cloudron

Go to the Cloudron App Store, find and install ONLYOFFICE app on your server with Cloudron.

Installing Confluence on Cloudron

Go to the Cloudron App Store, find and install Confluence app on your server with Cloudron.

Installing ONLYOFFICE Connector for Confluence from Atlassian Marketplace

You can download the latest connector version from the official Atlassian Marketplace. This is done the following way:

  • Log into your Confluence instance as an administrator.
  • Click the admin drop-down box and choose Manage apps. The Manage apps screen will load.
  • Click Find new apps from the left-hand side of the page.
  • Locate ONLYOFFICE Connector for Confluence via search. Results will include the add-on versions compatible with your Confluence instance.
  • Click Install to download and install your application.
    ONLYOFFICE_connector ONLYOFFICE_connector
  • Now you can click Close in the Installed and ready to go dialog.

Configuring ONLYOFFICE Connector for Confluence

Find the uploaded ONLYOFFICE Connector for Confluence on the Manage apps page. Click Configure and specify the following parametrs:

  • Document Server - the URL address on which the Document Editing Server is installed (e.g. https://documentserver).
  • JWS Secret - specify the secret used to sign the data. It is the secret to validate the JSON web token in the request to Document Server.

    The JWT configuration on the Document Server side can be found here.

    Configure_menu

Compiling ONLYOFFICE Connector for Confluence

If you want to compile ONLYOFFICE Connector for Confluence, then the following tools and packages must be installed:

Upload the compiled target/onlyoffice-confluence-plugin-*.jar to Confluence on the Manage apps page.

The latest compiled package files are available on our github page and on the Marketplace.

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