Good day, friends,

I have been out of touch a bit and have to migrate a 3.5.4 to some fresh systems. It uses confluence-markup and some 5 or 6 usermacros and quite some links + tools from adaptavist.

Is there a good 4.x version to migrate too and have a sourcecode editor for the XML ? or is that not that far, yet ?

Regards, Josh

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Hi Josch,

You can upgrade to the latest version of Confluence up to date which is 4.2.13. However you need to make sure that your plugins and usermacro is compatible with that version of Confluence. You could check from Confluence Admin >> Plugins, and see if it's compatible. In regards of your user macro, you need to upgrade first, and edit the user macro to be compatible. if the page is not migrated, you need to re upgrade the page. Also, we would like to encourage you to use Manual upgrade.

Hope it helps.
-RJ

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Hi

we've migrated from 3.5.10 to 4.1.7.
Must have Plugin is "Confluence Source Editor" because you can't edit in wiki-markup language anymore.
To repair some migrated Pages by hand you need this Plugin. It's an XML-Editor btw.

I'm planing to migrate to 4.2.13 and have now problems with the
"CustomWare Linking Plugin Version 3.0.1". Therefore I advise you to not upgrade to the current release if you use this Plugin.

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