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Getting error in confluence: Unable to render (include) The include page could not be found.
I serve as the Jira Administrator, and it's perplexing that certain pages are hidden from my view. My team reported this issue to me, and upon investigating, I encountered a situation where some pages are visible in the "include pages," while others are not. I suspect this issue may be related to permission settings, but I'm struggling to identify the exact cause. Could you kindly provide some insights or suggestions to help resolve this matter?
We've identified the issue, and I've conducted a test as well. The error encountered is due to the length of the page title. There is a current limitation in the include macro – if the included page has a title longer than 103 characters, it triggers this error.
The solution is simply to reduce the length of the page title. Thank you!
Thanks for posting the resolution! This is definitely not an obvious answer.
@Shikha Verma I am not an expert, but, to me, the message indicates that the page doesn't exist, rather than that it cannot be displayed due to a security restriction.
Have you verified that the page in the Page to include parameter of the macro exists? I'm not sure if this macro is affected if someone renames or moves the page, so that may be another thing to check into.