Where does Team Calendars for Confluence store data?

I added a JIRA calendar after upgrading to conf 4.0, but before re-indexing Confluence. After indexing I got a bunch of errors about the JIRA calendar and couldn't view it. I created a new one and it's fine, but cannot delete the old one from the calendars page. Does anyone know where this is in the database?

I did find stuff in BANDANA and deleted it but it sstill shows up even after a second index.

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Hi John,

You can remove a calendar by first adding it to your personal calendar (accessible from the "Calendar" menu at the top right corner under your name). After you've added it, you could remove it from the system.

David -

Thanks. There was something going on where the Delete option was not there, nor could I see the calendar entries (errors logged in confluence log). When I got in this morning it was gone, so it looks like deleting it from BANDANA worked and there was just some internal cleanup/cache expiration that had to happen.

I think this was a one-off problem related to upgrading Confluence to 4 and not re-indexing manually before adding the Jira calendar.

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