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What is the best way to test an add-on after updating it?

Hello Al,

What is the best method to do a Regression test after updating an confluence add-on?

Thanks in advance,


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From my understanding, you want to know how to know that when you update an add-on, it won't affect your Confluence performance. Is that right? 

Many of the add-on vendors have already tested their add-ons before releasing them to Marketplace. It does happen, however, that an updated version of an add-on can cause issues within the Confluence site. The best way to test for this is to just start using the add-on. If you encounter any issues, you can manually disable the add-on to confirm that resolves the problem.

See How to Manually Remove Malfunctioning Add-ons for more information on how to do that.

If there's something more specific you were looking to do, please let me know.

Take care,


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