Running 7.12.2 in the standard docker container, and I am unable to log in because an error occurs stating that a particular table in the confluence database doesn't exist.
The table does exist, but in the bitbucket schema.
There is no Confluence documentation that suggests how you can force Confluence to just look at the confluence schema and not any other schemas running on the database instance - the documentation just says "don't use the same schema".
1. How do I force Confluence just to look at it's own schema (parameters in server.xml or confluence.cfg.xml?
2. Why can't Atlassian list the parameters in confluence.cfg.xml, because it never used to be a requirement for this value to be forced?
3. Why can't Atlassian make sure their code actually checks the schema it should be using? The error actually says "Table 'confluencedb.AO_ED669C_IDP_CONFIG' doesn't exist" yet, it's obviously enumerating tables without checking the schema in the first place!
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