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Team Calendars supports some configuration and debugging settings that can be enabled through Java system properties. System properties are usually set by passing the -D flag to the Java virtual machine in which Confluence is running. See the full instructions. These are mainly useful in the case of troubleshooting or performance issues. Feel free to raise a support request if you're having any trouble with Team Calendars.
The max number of worker threads used by Team Calendars.
If set to false GreenHopper integration is disabled.
Timeout in milliseconds for the connection to Jira. Increasing this may help if you experience timeouts on Jira calendars.
The maximum number of events that will be loaded from a Jira calendar. Increasing this may cause performance issues.
The maximum number of events that will be shown per day on the upcoming events view on the Confluence dashboard.
The maximum number of events that can be displayed from a single calendar.
The maximum number of events that will be shown per day in the summary email.
The maximum number of events that will be shown in total in the daily summary email.
The maximum number of events that will be shown in total in the weekly summary email.
The maximum number of months that will be shown in the timeline view.
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