I have moved confluence to a new server by installing the same version of confluence on the new server as the previous server (5.7.3) and the using the Backup (on old server) and restore (on new server). That worked fine.
However I downloaded the 5.3.11 version of the Team Calendars plugin and uploaded that to confluence but it fails to install properly. I tried to download a newer version, 5.3.15 and uploaded that but now it fails to install the old version altogether.
Here are some answers.
1. Yes, I did a site backup. Worked fine, no errors.
2. After having managed to update all components, including the plug-in manager now I have the Team Calendars plug-in is enabled. The license status is indicated as "Valid" and it has the SEN number and license key properly in place. From the plug-in managers point of view everything is nice and dandy. And the license expires next year so it should not be a problem either.
3. Now it installs properly after having struggled with the updates for a while.
Now the page that should render the calendar only shows "Error rendering macro 'calendar': bundle [com.atlassian.confluence.extra.team-calendars]
Thank you for confirming that!
Now, the Team Calendars add-on is fully activated in the UPM? If you disable and re-enable it, does the page display the calendar?
Are you able to load calendars when you click on the Calendars menu at the top of Confluence?
If you were to remove and re-add the calendar macro in your Confluence page, does the error remain?
Were you able to refer to the logs to see the full details as mentioned in the message?
You can attempt the action again and tail your Confluence log to see what occurs to cause that error. Once you find it let me know any errors you see including the Caused by: part after it to help narrow down the problem.
I'm updating this here in case others have the same issue. In the end, you were able to resolve the issue by upgrading Confluence to the latest version and installing Team Calendars from Marketplace.
Take care, and have a pleasant weekend!
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