I have the latest version of Confluence installed on my computer (it was installed using the EXE installer) and I downloaded the latest version of Team Calendar too.
I access the Confluence using a no-ip.org domain, everything seems to work well except for the Team Calendar plugin. It displays a calendar, but it shows a message saying "An error occurred" and "error" right uner it. I went to the Confluence Admin and checked out the plugin and it gives me a general browser error and I noticed the URL says "Localhost:8090" instead of my domain.
I'm guessing the plugin (for some reason) is referencing "localhost" as the domain/url instead of my domain. When I try it on the host computer, it works fine, just not when I access it from remote. Confluence all together also works well, its just the plugin.
Thanks for your help
Have you set the "Base URL" in the general config section of the Confluence Administration Console? By default, it's set to localhost. To change it, choose "Browse" > "Confluence Admin", then edit the general config section and update the "Server Base URL". The documentation is here: http://confluence.atlassian.com/display/DOC/Configuring+the+Server+Base+URL
I hope this fixes it. :)
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