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    for Confluence Server 5.7 - 5.10.8 and more versions
    Versions available for Confluence Server 2.3 - 5.6.6
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    Integrate Confluence Cloud with Salesforce CRM, extract the information that matters to a wider audience

    Integrate Confluence Cloud with Salesforce CRM, extract the information that matters to a wider audience

    Easy to create reports

    Advanced reporting with SOQL

    *NEW* - Access permissions

    Displays a list of Salesforce records in a table format, the set of data that is obtained can be restricted by specifying a set of conditions.

    Bring and share Salesforce data into Confluence. Create advanced reports using Reporting add-on by ServiceRocket.

    Keep your worries out of sight with a built-in global permission setting to restrict access to features and Salesforce data. External and internal users can still work together.

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    Your business users collaborate in Confluence. Your customer information lives in Salesforce. The Salesforce & Confluence Server Connector lets business users view up-to-date Salesforce objects and data without leaving Confluence.

    As a result, business users have easy access to the information they need without having to navigate to another system.

    With the connector users can view within a Confluence wiki page the following from Salesforce:

    • Accounts
    • Contacts
    • Cases Leads/Opportunities
    • Products/Solutions
    • And more


    • Create advanced reports with a combo of this Connector and Reporting add-on by ServiceRocket. Use custom SOQL Reporter and Salesforce Reporter to pull data from Salesforce.
    • In Confluence, restrict access to Salesforce data easily, with permission setting.

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    by Graham Ford on 2016-10-17
    We love Confluence and now we're excited to have SalesForce data embedded and for all to see and explore. This will allow us to put our dashboards front and center.
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    by Adhip Pokharel on 2015-02-20
    The latest version (3.3.5) does not fix the bug (sql-reporter) as mentioned in the release notes. When is the fix coming out? We are not able to upgrade Confluence to version 5.7 because of this. Thank you.
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    Hi Adhip, thanks for your comment! Kindly refer to our community thread for the latest Confluence v5.3 plugins releases: http://community.servicerocket.com/servicerocket/topics/confluence_v5_3_x_plugins_compatibility We are looking to release the plugins by batch, the commercialized one will go first, then followed by free plugins. Stay tuned!
    by Daniel Bar-Lev on 2014-03-26
    A good indicator of the effectiveness of a connector plug-in like this one is its transparency to the user. We depend on the ability to transfer information from SalesForce into our Confluence implementation and vice versa, and the ServiceRocket plug-in does this for us completely transparently. We haven't had any glitches at all during use. The set up was implemented by our Confluence customization partner, but they turned it around extremely quickly and didn't report any complications. Thanks to the ServiceRocket team for making this product. It makes a huge difference to the effectiveness of our use of Confluence and SalesForce.
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    We are glad that this plugin is useful and that you have a good partner who have helped you to implement it. If you need more examples you may refer to our Tutorial If your implementation is different from what is in the Tutorial perhaps you can share your template with us so that we can share it with others as well. You may do so by creating an idea in our Community
    by Anand Unadkat on 2013-12-05
    This will be a very useful plugin for us to use. Do you know when it will be compatible with Confluence 5.4? Thanks
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    by James Petersen on 2012-07-16
    We've used this connector as a SSO solution between our Customer Portal which runs on SalesForce.com and our product documentation which is housed on Confluence. Confluence user accounts are created seemlessly for our SalesForce.com Portal Users. When a Portal User clicks a link in SalesForce.com, they are automatically taken to Confluence and logged in automtically. A great plugin for any company that wants to integrate these two applications.
    1 out of 1 found this review helpful
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    Version 4.3.0 Confluence Server 5.7 - 5.10.8 Released 2016-09-22


    Introducing access permission


    New in this release:

    • Added a feature allowing the Administrator to control the operation of Salesforce features based on Confluence groups.

    Other recent updates:

    • Fixed an issue where Single Sign On (SSO) was timing out.
    • Fixed an issue where Confluence WSDL returned an error page instead of an XML formatted output.


    1. Log into your Confluence instance as an admin.
    2. Click the admin dropdown and choose Atlassian Marketplace. The Manage add-ons screen loads.
    3. Click Find new add-ons from the left-hand side of the page.
    4. Locate Salesforce & Confluence Server Connector via search. The appropriate add-on version appears in the search results.
    5. Click Try free to begin a new trial or Buy now to purchase a license for Salesforce & Confluence Server Connector. You're prompted to log into MyAtlassian. Salesforce & Confluence Server Connector begins to download.
    6. Enter your information and click Generate license when redirected to MyAtlassian.
    7. Click Apply license. If you're using an older version of UPM, you can copy and paste the license into your Confluence instance.

    To find older Salesforce & Confluence Server Connector versions compatible with your instance, you can look through our version history page.

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