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System add-on "Atlassian navigation links plugin" in confluence disabled.

System add-on "Atlassian navigation links plugin" disabled in confluence. It is generating warning logs. What is this plugin all about? Is it necessary to enable this plugin? What happens when it is disabled?

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Guilherme V_ Atlassian Team Aug 14, 2015

You can enable it on Manage Add-ons page or you can enable all your users installed plugins by executing the following query:

update BANDANA set BANDANAVALUE='</map>' where BANDANAKEY='plugin.manager.state.Map';

Thanks Guilherme! I would like to know what is the use of this system add-on. What will happen to confluence when this add-on is disabled? Is it really necessary to keep this add-on enabled? Please help me to understand the plugin. Thanks.

Like Adrian Moerchen likes this

Same question here, this is still generating logs on every page load (CF 7.2.2 in Docker)

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