I have full space and application admin rights and can delete pages in the space but I have a page that I cannot access as there is an error.
The page has two macros 1) child page tree 2) Task report.
I do not want the hassle of trying to figure out the error, it is not important enough. But I need it gone.
Does anyone have any ideas?
Apologies for being unclear.
When I access the page I want to delete, I get an error.
So I cannot see the delete button (or anything other options).
I am hoping there is a way I can delete the page without having to do it from the page itself. I have looked through the space admin options and cannot see anything.
Since the stack trace you posted seems to be related to "com.atlassian.confluence.plugin.descriptor.web.ConfluenceWebInterfaceManager" I also recommend clearing the plugins cache: How to clear Confluence plugins cache
I look forward to your next update.
This does not make sense. "Delete a page without deleting it" is what you have said. Do you want to delete it or not?
At a guess, I think what you mean is "I am trying to delete a page, but I get an error when I try". Please tell us where the error happens (as soon as you select delete? for example), and, more importantly, what the actual error is. (At the moment, for all we know, the error might be an angry penguin jumping on your mouse so you can't click anything)
This is the error cause, I can provide the stack trace as well if required.
java.lang.RuntimeException: Error rendering template for decorator root
caused by: java.lang.RuntimeException: Error rendering template for decorator page
caused by: org.apache.velocity.exception.MethodInvocationException: Invocation of method 'getDisplayableItems' in class com.atlassian.confluence.plugin.descriptor.web.ConfluenceWebInterfaceManager threw exception net.sf.hibernate.LazyInitializationException: Failed to lazily initialize a collection at template/includes/menu-macros.vm[line 133, column 45]
caused by: net.sf.hibernate.LazyInitializationException: Failed to lazily initialize a collection
caused by: net.sf.hibernate.HibernateException: collection was evicted
Are there any macros on the page from a third party add-on? If so can you temporarily disable that add-on so that you might be able to get into the page to edit it. Once you are in the page maybe you would be able to see if maybe something in one of the macros is misconfigured that is causing the error. Do you see the same error on other pages that use the same macros? Possibly need to update the add-on. These are some of the steps I would try to troubleshoot the issue behind the error.
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