Align versioned and non-versioned pages
We are in the middle of implementing confluence, scroll viewport and scroll versions as a replacement for a customer facing mediaWiki installation.
Basic conversion was done from Wiki to the Confluence space without scroll versions.
We then started doing a refinement of the articles. Still without scroll versions.
Then our service partner enabled scroll viewport and as part of that scroll version.
We have now finalized the refinement of the articles, but the result is some articles are a main version and some are versioned depending of if they was updated before or after scroll version was enabled in the space.
This is a kind of mess.
We have tried to change article to be unversioned. But that caused to article to have, not only broken anchor links. The actual text in the article was changed, to a strange format including the page id. Does anyone know of this issue ?
So how to create a baseline of master pages as newest version of pages having a version child and pages without a version child ?
Thank you for reaching out.
When you enable Scroll Versions in your space, existing pages would remain as unversioned. To convert them into versioned, you would need to update each of these "undecided" pages in the version you want. Would it be an option for you?
However as I understand you have further issues with page links and content changes. In this case maybe it would be better to create a new support request by emailing to firstname.lastname@example.org so we could investigate with a space export etc.
Issue was raised in Support and K15t verified that the broken links are a defect in Scroll Version. A defect has been created:
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