Team Calendar Plug-in not working for IAM users - Single sign-on (IAM) pilot users are unable to view/edit calendar events. Due to incompatibilities with our Enterprise Single Sign-On solution, the Edit in Office function has been disabled.
- Edit in Office feature has been disabled - Due to incompatibilities with our Enterprise Single Sign-On solution, the Edit in Office function has been disabled.
- Bookmarks- bookmarks macro is not in the list of supplied bookmarks. Social Bookmarking Plugin has been upgraded to the latest version.
- Blank Calendar - Calendars must be exported from the current wiki version and imported into the new version after the upgrade. See the Upgrading to the New Calendar Macro in the workarounds section below.
- Unable to connect to QA Server - tried the link but was unable to connect---server not found error. Did this from home Resolved - cannot connect to QA outside of MAGNet
- Password Resets - Users reported significant (several hour) delays from the time a user submits a forgotten password request and when they receive it in their inbox. This issue should now be resolved.
- "Edit in Word" no longer appears on the Tools menu - Atlassian has removed this feature from Confluence as of Confluence 4.0. Documents attached to wiki pages can still be edited as before. More details are available in the Confluence 4 Editor FAQ on Atlassian's Site.
- Table-Plus macro doesn't seem to work. - This macro has changed to a commercial offering. The primary purpose of the macro was to allow authors to create a table that could be sorted by columns. This is now part of standard tables in confluence, so we made the decision not to purchase tables-plus. To ensure a smooth upgrade of your space, we will remove instances of the tables-plus macro. If we encounter permission issues or if you are using any functionality beyond table sorting, we will work with you to try to identify an alternative.
- Email Notifications not being sent. - When pages you watch are updated, no email notifications are sent. This issue has been resolved.
- Confluence Emails include Welcome New User text - The New User Welcome message was included in the header of Confluence Notifications This has now been resolved.
- Scaffolding Plug-in - live-template macro no longer working. This plugin has been upgraded with a commercial license and is now available.
- Reporting Plug-in - plugin is not available. This plugin has been upgraded with a commercial license and is now available.
Workarounds / Solutions
1/14/2013 Update: Calendaring is temporarily disabled as we work through an issue with the Calendar Plugin with our Vendor
Upgrading to the New Calendar Macro
With the upgrade to Confluence 4.3 we've also upgraded the Calendar Macro to Confluence Team Calendars. The following steps must be followed to migrate existing calendars to the new version. Documentation for Team Calendars is available on the Atlassian Site.
Step 1 (Before 12/2): Export your existing calendars
This step must be done before the upgrade. If you were unable to export your calendar before then, no worries. We've stored an archived copy of the wiki for this purpose and a wiki administrator will be happy to assist you. Just send an email to CommonWikiAdmins@massmail.state.ma.us and include the page on which your calendar(s) appeared.
Step 2 (After 12/2): Import your Calendar export into the upgraded wiki
- Re-import your old calendar data from your exported .ics files:
- From your dashboard, click on *'My Calendars' *or use direct this link (https://wiki.state.ma.us/calendar/mycalendar.action).
Click on 'Add Calendar' and choose 'Import Calendar' from the drop down list:
Calendars are Public!
Team Calendars are public by default. If you wish to limit who can see your calendar, you can set user or group restrictions. Just click the drop-down menu to the right of the calendar you wish to restrict on your My Calendars page and choose "Restrictions".
Editing Wiki Pages
Where's the "Edit in Word" option?
Edit in Word, which used to appear on the Tools menu, has been removed from Confluence as of version 4.0 and replaced by a more stable rich text editor. More details are available in the Confluence 4 Editor FAQ on Atlassian's Site.