I've inherited - and upgraded - a Confluence installation in which a number of system add-ons have been disabled. Question is, is there a list anywhere of which add-ons/modules are supposed to be disabled, and which ones are supposed to be enabled?
For example, we've upgraded to Confluence v5.2 and have an add-on called Confluence Profile Plugin. A search suggests this is supposed to be disabled: https://jira.atlassian.com/browse/CONF-30693
I know I could set up a vanilla instance of Confluence and manually work through each add-on, checking each module, but is there a quicker way?
Try the following:
You can also set your add-on filter to view "All Add-ons", this will display any add-on that is installed (either enabled or disabled) within your instance.
I was looking for a list of default add-ons/modules to compare to, really. Having seen the list of all add-ons in my installation, which ones are supposed to be disabled (like the Confluence Profile Plugin) and which ones are supposed to be enabled?
I have found this link:
...which shows both the add-ons and the number of modules enabled in each, which is pretty useful. But still haven't got a list of add-ons and modules enabled by default in a vanilla installation.
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