Atlassian Confluence V2 Connector
The second-generation (V2) Coveo connector for Atlassian Confluence (5.7.x to 6.0.1 on-premises installations and 6.0.x Confluence Cloud) allows Coveo administrators to index and integrate the content of Confluence Wiki sites and spaces into the Coveo unified index, making it easily searchable by end-users.
Note: For Atlassian Confluence 2.5.3 to 5.6.6 on-premises installations, you can use the
first-generation connector for Confluence
|Confluence V2 Connector Guide|
|Confluence version||5.7 to 6.0.1 and Cloud 6.0.x|
|Searchable content types||
Spaces, pages (such as Wiki pages), blog posts, comments on pages and blog posts (included as metadata), and attachments (in pages, blog posts, and comments)
|Content update||Incremental refresh||
The Confluence V2 connector features are:
Retrieval and indexing of the following Confluence item types:
Pages (such as Wiki pages)
Comments (on pages and blog posts)
Note: Comments are indexed as metadata.
Attachments (in pages, blog posts, and comments)
Fully Supported Security Model
When the Coveo plugin is installed, the connector fully supports the Confluence security model. This means that, in the Coveo search interface, a user searching Confluence content only sees the content to which he has access in Confluence.
Note: Permissions are not supported in Confluence Cloud since the required Coveo plugin cannot be installed.
When the Coveo plugin is installed, the connector periodically queries Confluence for the latest items modifications (addition, edition, deletion), keeping the index content up-to-date.
Note: Incremental refresh is only partially supported in Confluence Cloud since the Coveo plugin cannot be installed. Therefore, without the plugin, only added and modified items (except comments) are taken into account, meaning that a full refresh or rebuild is required to update moved and deleted items and retrieve metadata and permission changes.
When indexing Confluence content, the connector can be paused and resumed.
Review the steps to deploy the Confluence V2 connector (see Atlassian Confluence V2 Connector Deployment Overview).