In this guide you will find potential steps about solving No Valid Token message
No Valid Token message
It is possible that when a Confluence user inserts an Azure DevOps Confluence, he or she sees
No valid token message.
This can indicate one of the following issues:
the Microsoft Azure DevOps Confluence application was not set up, so there is no personal access token set in the Global Configuration.
the token used does not have the required permissions or scopes to access the data used in the macro. For instance, you are trying to embed a wiki note, but the token does not have a wiki read scope. Another related option is that the token has a scope of the organization that is not used in the macro.
the Azure DevOps personal access token expired
There are 2 potential actions:
ensure the valid URL used in the macro that should be covered by configurated Azure DevOps Personal Access Token
ensure the Confluence administrator has configured the application using the valid Azure DevOps PAT
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