Does anyone know where the calendar plugin (the old one) stores the data?

I disabled and reenabled the plugin and now none of my calendars are showing up. I like to at least get the data out. Maybe I can import it to new team calendar. Thanks

COnfluence version is 3.5.3

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Oh. Additional note.

There is a guide on how to migrate from the old calendar plugin to the new calendar plugin

You can import your existing calendars without going to the database layer.

thank you . This is really helpful.

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Joe Clark Atlassian Team Feb 28, 2012

I don't know for certain, but I would start by looking in the Bandana table - that's where most plugins store all their stuff :-)

Failing that, you could also look in os_propertyentry.

Hi Nashmarkt,

You can try the following SQL

select entity_id, entity_key from os_propertyentry where entity_key like 'confluence.extra.calendar%';

Hope it helps.

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