Help! Data in table dissappeared on update

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I just updated the Scaffolding plugin to the latest 7.5.0 (we are running on Confluence 5.6.3).    Plugin installed fine and everything looked ok.    I have a page with a Scaffolding table in it populated before the update.     At first I could see the data in the table just as always.    I then edited the page (did not actually touch the scaffolding fields or table at all - unrelated edit).    

As soon as I save the page, all the previous data in the table is gone.    I can still see the XML file is there with my data but it is not showing in the page.     If I revert page to the older version of the page, the data comes back.

What is going on with this?

This could be a huge problem if data start dissappearing all over our site.
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Additional info.....    I am seeing some strangeness that could be related to the Talk plugin as well.   Any known compatibility issues between the two?
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I have a similar problem now too :-(
previous days it went fine.
Is there a fix?

Do you know what the reason could be?


These are my versions.

Linking 4.0.2
Composition 5.1.0
Reporting 5.7.0
Scaffolding 7.4.1
Visibility 3.0.0
Redirection 4.0.0

On Confluence 5.5.6

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Have you tried restarting?
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andrew.vaningen

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We don't have talk :-(
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andrew.vaningen

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A reboot of the whole server fixed it!!!
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that's interesting.    We tried restarting the Confluence instance and it did not help but we have not rebooted the entire server.   That seems to have solved it for you?
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That solved it for us.