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Where can i find team calendar of database?

install confluence plugin tem-calendars2.0.0

insert date in team calendar

where save???

i finde no confluence DB

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MatthewC Rising Star Jan 29, 2013

What are you exporting them to? What is your target data form?

the data stored in the SQL is basically an ical file, all the data is there.

You could export everything using some kind of automated web interface (curl scripting) where you just download an the .ics file.

if you want more than that, I wrote a perl script to export calendar data from the OLD Atlassian calendars. Note this is NOT the Team Calendars & so it won't work but it will give you an idea how you can do it yourself

the code is here:

https://bitbucket.org/mcobby/perl-scripts/src

Thanks for sharing with the community, Matthew!

Hi Yim,

All "Team Calendar" plugin data is stored in Confluence DB under the BANDANA table. In order to list all of your TeamCal data hyou could execute this SQL query

SELECT * FROM bandana WHERE BANDANACONTEXT LIKE '%CALENDAR_%';

Hope it helps.

Cheers,

Septa Cahyadiputra

thank you help. i solve!!

Not a problem, it was my pleasure :).

Cheers

Hello,

Sorry for further query. Is it possible to query/extract data from SQL in a more usable form ? For eg. a way to export all caldendars in Wiki ?

Thanks

Deepak

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