I would like to add a Link to our Document Management System.
The link looks like: elodms://(A-Long_GUID)
I can insert the link in the edit mode, but after saving the document the link is gone. If i edit the link again later the target of the link is not visible in the edit field.
Thanks for Support
You might be hitting the bug with older versions of Confluence which prevented the creation of network or local links, as per CONFSERVER-46039. From version 6.2.2 this issue has been fixed. I have tested your case locally with 6.2.2 and it is working as expected.
If you can, my recommendation would be to upgrade the instance if you are running below 6.2.2
Thanks for commenting on the bug linked by Gojko.
There isn't a configuration option exactly, but this bug report does have a workaround that entails adding the allowed protocols to a Confluence .jar file:
I look forward to hearing whether this works for you. Please try it on a test instance first, to avoid surprises in Production.
i tried the changes. After adding elodms: to the offsiteURL als explained unter https://jira.atlassian.com/browse/CONFSERVER-28103 i could use the links in my pages.
I have Collaborative Editing Off and did not change this configuration.
Is it possible to get the entry "elodms:" in the default list.
ELO is a Enterprise Content Management from ELO Digital Office GmbH in Germany and also used world wide.
Thanks for your support.
It isn't - the bug is still open: Expand external links security filtering to allow digits, plus, hyphen and periods in protocol If you upgrade you will need to modify the .jar file again in the new install directory.
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