Installation fail(dynamicContentMacros)

Hi,
I am developing a confluence app using dynamic content macro but I got fail about 30 mins ago. I didn’t change anything in atlassian-connect.json. Error message is like this:

Installation failed. The app defined an unknown module (dynamicContentMacros). Please contact the app vendor.
{“type”:“INSTALL”,“pingAfter”:300,“status”:{“done”:true,“statusCode”:200,“contentType”:“application/vnd.atl.plugins.task.install.err+json”,“subCode”:“connect.install.error.unknown.module”,“errorMessage”:“Installation failed. The app defined an unknown module (dynamicContentMacros). Please <a href=“https://marketplace.atlassian.com/plugins/vendor/cloud/support”>contact the app vendor.”,“source”:“https://—.ngrok.io/atlassian-connect.json”,“name”:“https://—.ngrok.io/atlassian-connect.json”},“links”:{“self”:"/rest/plugins/1.0/pending/f3aa7a5d-4fcd-4337-acd7-b820a03e5478",“alternate”:"/rest/plugins/1.0/tasks/f3aa7a5d-4fcd-4337-acd7-b820a03e5478"},“timestamp”:1623422866199,“accountId”:“557058:9e755d45-37c4-40c4-8631-a2b7c29579ef”,“id”:“f3aa7a5d-4fcd-4337-acd7-b820a03e5478”}
Add-on not registered; no compatible hosts detected

my “modules”:

“modules”: {
“dynamicContentMacros”: [
{
“url”: “/—”,
“description”: {
“value”: “—”
},
“name”: {
“value”: “—”
},
“key”: “—”
}
]
}

Hi @IbrahimTakak,

The module is valid for Confluence but not for Jira.

Could it be that you are trying to install this app in Jira and not in Confluence?
Apps have to be installed using the “Manage Apps” menu after switching to the correct product.

One way to confirm that is to check if there is a wiki token in the URL. For example https://<your-site>.atlassian.net/wiki.

Cheers,
Caterina