In our confluence instance we have been using the "team calendars" plugin in trial mode. Once the 30-day period expired, the users interested in trying this plugin told us that they don't want to use it anymore, as this didn't matched his expectations ...
All pages that used macros/functionality provided by this plugin are raising errors about "unknown macro",
Is there any smart way to get the complete list of pages that are referencing this plugin? I have extended the 30-day period for now, but i want to edit all pages that included calendars and uninstall it properly.
This is specifying how to identify all the pages that would be using a macro, in our case, Team Calendars one. It will be required to run the first query from the and just remember to change the *<macro_name>* value with the calendars one. If you're not sure how it is used in the XHTML of the page, you can go to the Tools option, in the right side and select View Storage Format
PS: the name would be calendar
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