Since we've upgraded our test environment to 5.2.3, none os macros appears at Macro Browser while editing a blog or page. Atlassian have several pages on their own Confluence with solutions for this issue, but nothing works.
At the end we disabled all Confluence User Installed Plugins, restarted Confluence a dozen times, but this didn't solve the problem at all.
Do you have any idea?
Thank you Hieu! I've been struggling with this for 2 days, had a support incident open with Atlassian, all to no avail. I had already read this thread, but Heiu hadn't put his response yet, so thank you Hieu for sharing!
Here's my expanded instructions for easy copy/paste :-):
1. Execute this SQL command:
select * from BANDANA where BANDANAKEY='plugin.manager.state.Map';
2. Save the contents of BANDANAVALUE, just in case you need to rollback.
3. Execute this SQL command:
update BANDANA set BANDANAKEY='' where BANDANAKEY='plugin.manager.state.Map';
4. Restart the Confluence service.
Voila! Confluence recreates the value automatically without any corruption upon its restart.
Thanks again Hieu - you're a lifesaver!
I solve the issue as following:
Stop the Confluence
Login to Confluence DB and execute following command
select * from bandana where bandanakey='plugin.manager.state.Map';
Then there's a record of default metadata plugin inside the map
Remove it by doing an update SQL
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