I am trying to make a copy of a space, by following the procedure here but I am getting a failure message indicating a duplicate primary key. I have been very careful to confirm that I have modified all occurrences of the space key and space name in the entities.xml file before zipping it and trying to restore. See the message in this screen shot: https://docs.google.com/present/view?id=ddhxzkwn_180pjscznm6
It was suggested that I try the resolutions listed here: http://confluence.atlassian.com/display/CONFKB/Cannot+Create+or+Restore+XML+Backup+Due+to+Primary+Key+Constraint but that was not useful.
Anyone else solve this problem?
The PK problem may not be related to the backup/restore at all. Other common causes for this are migrating from a database without case insensitivity to one that does. Try the restore without the cloned space.
As for copying the space, I suggest giving the Copy Space Plugin (See: https://studio.plugins.atlassian.com/wiki/display/CPSP/Confluence+Copy+Space+Plugin) ago. Its much easier to use than manually manipulating the backup xml files and generally works better.
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