We are unable to preview documents on our Confluence Server. The server is version 6.4.3 and is currently using the H2 embedded database on Ubuntu 14.04. We have not applied any upgrades to this server, it has always used version 6.4.3.
When we attempt to preview a document, clicking it doesn't do anything and there is nothing logged in the catalina.out file when attempting to open the documents.
We are able to right click and save documents locally and open them using applications on our computers, it is just the in browser preview that is not working.
Any help would be greatly appreciated! Thanks!
We had this same symptom on our dev server running confluence (6.1.2).
We found that somehow the Confluence Files modules had become disabled. Re-enabling them fixed the problem.
Confluence administration -> Manage add-ons -> All add-ons -> Confluence Files -> Enable
We were seeing "download needed" on first click of the "preview" button. Select "X", or escape , then clicking "preview" a second time would render a preview of the document.
This was acceptable as for a Word doc it allowed us to see the comments which had been entered by others, (Is there any other way to view these docs, with comments?) then it stopped rendering for all clicks of "preview". I found this question, followed the suggested answer as "Confluence Files" was disabled, and the behavior is the same as before.
I don't know if it was enabled previously, or not, as I didn't set this instance up.
Why would the first click on "preview" cause different behavior than subsequent clicks?
There is a "404 Not Found" error when I attempt to launch the preview. It cannot find these paths:
I can still right click on these files and save and open the files manually.
Callen, I am the Atlassian emailed by Boris. :)
I opened a support request on your behalf so we can examine your logs. You will receive an email soon from our portal.
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