Plugin error after Confluence upgrade.

After upgrading from 3.5 to 5.1.1, I have 2 plugins that show this error:

Any ideas?

1283466076000upload_4b96494c_12aaf71b179__7f92_00000707.tmp

This add-on could not be loaded. It has one or more errors which prevent it from being enabled.

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Hi Nashmarkt,

I've seen this before, and it takes manual manipulation of the database to remove. Connect to your database run this query:

select plugindataid, pluginkey from plugindata;

You should see the .tmp add-on in the output under pluginkey. Note the dataid. Then run this query:

delete from plugindata where plugindataid = <id from query 1>;

You'll need to restart Confluence after this.

The add-on should now be removed from the UPM. You can try adding it again via the web or uploading it manually.

Hope this helps!

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Hi there,

I believe the problem might be the plugin not compatible with the newer version of Confluence. I suggest to remove and install the newest version of the plugin again (assuming it has a compatible version between Confluence and the plugin itself) to see if this corrects the issue.

I hope this helps!

Regards,

Rodrigo

There is no option to remove it.

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