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Where can I find my previously installed versions of Confluence?

We are now runnig Confluence Server 6.1.3 but I want to see wich versions we have been using before. Like JIRA can show. Don't know where to look.

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Hi Rob,

This is not currently a feature in Confluence as it is JIRA, but I created a feature request for it:

In the meantime, you can access the database and view the confversion table:

select * from confversion;

You can then compare the results of that table to the Confluence Build information from our site.

Can you give that a try and let us know if you have any trouble?

Kind Regards,

Many thanks for making this into a suggestion/feature. I'm sure we can manage the work-around. Thanks for the answer!

You're welcome, Rob! Glad I could be of assistance.

Take care!

Kind Regards,

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