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    for Confluence Server 5.4 - 5.9.14 and more versions
    Versions available for Confluence Server 4.0 - 5.3.4
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    This is a support library for Confluence plugins, providing some commonly-used classes and libraries

    This is a support library for Confluence plugins, providing some commonly-used classes and libraries

    A support library for Confluence plugins.

    A support library for Confluence plugins.

    A support library for Confluence plugins.

    This is a support library for Confluence plugins, providing some commonly-used classes and libraries.

    This is a support library for Confluence plugins, providing some commonly-used classes and libraries.

    This is a support library for Confluence plugins, providing some commonly-used classes and libraries.

    More details

    ***** IMPORTANT ANNOUNCEMENT: You might not need this plugin anymore. See knowledge base article Are the Randombits Libraries Still Required? *****

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    by Scott Mackay on 2016-03-28
    Having add-ins for supporting your other add-ins is a convenience for your development and add-in distribution at the expense of the customer who has no visibility over whether this is can safely be uninstalled or not. Your add-ins should be atomic and independent and it is an unnecessary inconvenience for all your customers to deal with hence my rating of 1.
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    by Scott Mackay on 2016-03-28
    Having add-ins for supporting your other add-ins is a convenience for your development and add-in distribution at the expense of the customer who has no visibility over whether this is can safely be uninstalled or not. Your add-ins should be atomic and independent and it is an unnecessary inconvenience for all your customers to deal with hence my rating of 1.
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    by Eban Tomlinson on 2013-09-26
    This is the most ridiculous plugin page I have ever seen. There's no content here, the developer seems to resolve to a website with no content, and I don't have the information required to do an add-on audit within my company. Atlassian, seriously, what is this for?!
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    ServiceRocket

    Hi Eban,

    This is a supporting library. Most of our Confluence plugins rely on the services provided from this plugin. Apologies if this is causing confusion at your end.

    by Ed Kershenbaum on 2013-05-30
    Impossible to tell what this "randombits" plugin belongs to. May be something do with CustomWare? Where is the documentation? Just Uninstalling.
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    ServiceRocket

    Hi Ed,

    This is a supporting library. If you install some of our Confluence plugins they will need this plugin to work. If you have uninstalled our plugins then it is safe to uninstall this plugin as well.

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    Support

    RB Support for Confluence isn't formally supported.

    Versions

    Version 5.4.0 Confluence Server 5.4 - 5.9.14 Released 2015-11-30

    Summary

    Compatible with Confluence 5.9.1

    Details

    ***** IMPORTANT ANNOUNCEMENT: You might not need this plugin anymore. See knowledge base article Are the Randombits Libraries Still Required? *****

    Installation

    1. Log into your Confluence instance as an admin.
    2. Click the admin dropdown and choose Add-ons. The Manage add-ons screen loads.
    3. Click Find new add-ons from the left-hand side of the page.
    4. Locate RB Support for Confluence via search. Results include add-on versions compatible with your Confluence instance.
    5. Click Install to download and install your add-on.
    6. You're all set! Click Close in the Installed and ready to go dialog.

    To find older RB Support for Confluence versions compatible with your instance, you can look through our version history page.

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