Team Calendars license not matching with Confluence license after upgrade to 5.3.1

After upgrading our Confluence installation to 5.3.1 we got the error message regarding a mismatch between the calendar and the Confluence license. This was working before the upgrade, so what's going on and how do I fix this?

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Got it fixed. Re-inserted the Calendar license once again and the problem went away. :-)

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Which version were you on earlier? In the latest versions on UPM, the license must match the exact number of users and also the type of the license (commercial, eterprise etc).

Hi Jobin,

see my other comment from yesterday.

Kind regards,

Yves

The update was from 5.2.5 to 5.3.1.

I've checked the licenses on my Atlassian account and both, Confluence and Team Calendars are stated as "2000+ Users: Open Source License".

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