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chart41 I'm New Here Jun 07, 2021

Hello. We got 2 servers (confluence and jira)

1. In which file, or table stores the license key?

2. How is it possible to do full export (backup) automaticaly?

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The licence goes into the property table and also a file on the file system.  You should not be looking at the database though, to work on anything - if you're thinking of moving things around, your licence will need to change anyway.

Yes, the xml backup is defaulted to twice a day.  If you've got a production system or just a large system, the xml backup is not the best solution and you should move to using the database backup (paired with a copy of the attachments separately)

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chart41 I'm New Here Jun 07, 2021

Hello Nic.

Thanks for answering.

Could you tell me where exactly it is, so I would put our key manually, please?

There's no point, you can't just jam the developer or newly generated licence into the database and config, you need to trigger the code that evaluates it too.

Use the REST API licence validator to check the licence first, then you'll be able to add it.

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