While going through defining permissions for spaces, right after deselecting all check boxes for both the administrators group and the developers group, I typed in a group to add to the permissions list and hit the enter key. However, the page registered hitting enter as Save Changes. Therefore, that space does not have any permissions associated with it so there is no way to get in to the manage permissions page and fix the mistake. Is there a way to set the space back to default mode to allow permission for administrators and developers group? I am an administrator for the confluence account. If I can have access to that space's manage permissions page, then I can make the changes that I had originally intended for that space.
One way would be to modify the database directly. You can set permissions in the SPACEPERMISSIONS table.
Find your space ID using
SELECT * from SPACES
Find the perm id by running
SELECT * FROM SPACEPERMISSIONS WHERE SPACEID="your_space_id"
UPDATE SPACEPERMISSIONS SET PERMUSERNAME="your_user_name" WHERE SPACEID="your_space_id" AND PERMID="your_perm_id"
Actually you can even skip finding the PERMID and just run
UPDATE SPACEPERMISSIONS SET PERMUSERNAME="your_user_name" WHERE SPACEID="your_space_id"
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