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What is the correct way to check if a particular plugin is installed or not? Edited

Hi Folks!

From the client-side JS code of a Confluence plugin what would be the correct way of checking if some other plugin is available on the instance or not?

Thank you!

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Fadoua Community Leader Mar 04, 2021

@George Ivanov 

Can you please elaborate little bit about your issue? I am not sure if I got it right.

You want to make sure that your plugins are working properly?



Hi Fadoua,

I want to write a plugin that depends on some other plugin. So, my plugin needs to check if the other is installed or not.


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