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How to find out the version of Atlassian Confluence

We have a corporate Wiki running.

However, there is no description of the specific platform or the version.

By following a link for a documentation, I found out that it is confluence from Atlassian.

( Im trying to create some dynamic content in teh wiki )

By reading up on Atlassian confluence, I found out that some markups are based on the specific version we are running ( ver > 4.0 does not support wiki markup )

How will I find out the specific version, we are running ?

( All I have is the WYSIWYG editor - I can create dummy pages to execute macros )

4 answers

4 votes

Hey Sony,

A few options I can see from a few environments I've got access to - yours may have been customized, so the below may not be relevant:

  1. The login page has a "Powered by Atlassaian Confluence x.y.z" in the footer 
  2. If you use your browsers view source functionality on a page, search for the string "ajs-version-number" which is set in a meta tag

Hopefully one of those 2 give you what you need.


Brilliant !

Your 2nd choice worked

Turns out ours is 5.10.8

Thansk again

Does not work: Mine reads something like this:

<meta name="ajs-version-number" content="1000.0.0-da503df1a09f">

Which does not in any way correspond to a valid Confluence version.

Yes, the confluence page I use also displays the above version number. So not above or below 5.1/5.2. 

I found mine in the footer. Cheers!

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Laurens Coppens Community Leader Feb 22, 2018

I would suggest asking it to your confluence administrator, if the footer does not display the version.

Not easily accessible 

I AM the confluence administrator (cloud) and I can't find it anywhere.

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