Hi, Confluence was installed on a Linux server, linked to a SQL database. The Linux server had an issue and Confluence will no longer run. We are getting away from Linux and have no experience in managing it. Have decided to move Confluence to a Windows 2012 server, but I am stuck at the "datasourcename".
Datasource Name — The JNDI name of the datasource, as configured in the application server.
Note: Some servers will have JNDI names like
jdbc/datasourcename; others will be of the form
java:comp/env/jdbc/datasourcename. Consult your application-server documentation.
For example: Datasource names will be decide in <install-dir>/conf/server.xml
In that we have like
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