This page has important notes on upgrading to SharePoint Connector 1.4 from an earlier version of the connector. For details on the new features and improvements in this release, read the SharePoint Connector 1.4 Release Notes.
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After upgrading the SharePoint Connector to 1.4.0, we recommend that you restart your Confluence server.
Confluence 3.1 or Later Required
With the release of version 1.4, the SharePoint Connector no longer supports Confluence 3.0.x. The minimum requirement is now Confluence 3.1 or later. Please refer to the full details of the supported platforms for SharePoint 2007 and for SharePoint 2010.
Updated OpenSearch Plugin Available
We have recently released an updated version of the OpenSearch plugin, addressing an issue that caused searches from SharePoint to fail if anonymous access was enabled on your Confluence wiki. If you use the Federated Search feature of the SharePoint Connector, you may wish to also update to the latest version of the OpenSearch plugin, which is available for download from the Atlassian Plugin Exchange.
There are two upgrade procedures to choose from:
- Option 1: Upgrade your SharePoint Connector on SharePoint 2010. This procedure assumes that you have upgraded your SharePoint server to Microsoft SharePoint 2010. To upgrade the connector, you will install the latest version of the SharePoint Connector plugin in Confluence and upgrade the SharePoint feature in Microsoft SharePoint 2010. See the instructions.
- Option 2: Upgrade your SharePoint Connector on SharePoint 2007. This procedure assumes that you are running the SharePoint Connector on Microsoft SharePoint 2007. To upgrade the connector, you will install the latest version of the SharePoint Connector plugin in Confluence and upgrade the SharePoint feature in Microsoft SharePoint 2007. See the instructions.
If you encounter a problem during the upgrade, please create a support ticket and one of our support engineers will assist you through the process.