we are planning to import about 50 Framemaker books with much more than 1,000 topics (pages) via WebWorks ePublisher in Confluence. After an import sub-pages are in alphabetical order instead of the correct logical order in Framemaker due to Confluence restricted default sorting order. In the face of much more than 1,000 pages a manual resort is no (good) option. I tried to use the page tree macro of Atlassian in the left side navigation pane by creating a page named _SvNavigation having the following content:
<ac:structured-macro ac:name="pagetree"><ac:parameter ac:name="sort">creation</ac:parameter><ac:parameter ac:name="root"><ac:link><ri:page ri:content-title="Income Home" /></ac:link></ac:parameter></ac:structured-macro>
Unfortunately this results in losing the version control in the navigation pane and displaying the versions of a page as sub-pages.
How do you handle the alphabetical sorting after mass imports? The problem applies to the default Word import too.
Thanks in advance, Matthias
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