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How do I move team calendars to major version confluence?

Have two confleunce server 5.5 and 6.3 , and need move calendars to new confluence, but ICS not export Permissions and Custom Events.

¿What is the best methode to export this info about calendars?

TX

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I guess its related to https://confluence.atlassian.com/teamcal/export-team-calendars-content-to-other-calendars-240913738.html, however, I have mentioned the steps that I followed when migrated spaces from Confluence 5 to Confluence 6.

  1. Go to calendar view in old Confluence 5.5 and export to iCalendar format.
  2. Go to Confluence 6.3 and create a new calendar.
  3. On the create new calendar dialog box, click import Calendar.
  4. Provide name of a calendar and select your saved iCalendar from desktop.
  5. Click on Import.
  6. Note that you have recreate the custom event types (probably with exactly the same name as in your old calendar) if using custom events.

Hope this helps!

Jonathan Smith Community Leader Jun 01, 2018

This process works but unfortunately every item will import into the new calendar as "event". Previous event types will need to be recreated and reassigned to the original event.

Thx for your help

 

It's a pretty ugly process

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