Unable to interpret the value as a 'com.atlassian.confluence.core.ContentEntityObject'


our logs are being flooded with the exception "com.servicerocket.confluence.randombits.support.core.param.InterpretationException: Unable to interpret the value as a 'com.atlassian.confluence.core.ContentEntityObject'".

A few lines further the following message is found: at net.customware.confluence.plugin.scaffolding.macro.list.ContentOptionsSource.<init>(ContentOptionsSource.java:75). It seems Scaffolding is the "culprit" but honestly I don't know what to make out of it... the plugin is up-to-date and we cleaned up the plugins cache to ensure there was no "trash".

Do you know what can be the cause?

Thank you

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Thomas Schlegel Community Champion May 18, 2017

Hi Vitor,

did you already ask the vendor of the scaffolding plugin? 





Wanted to check first if someone from the Community had already caught this and fix it...

Already created a ticket at ServiceRocket.


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