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Syntax for 'CQL Search Macro' (bundled with ScriptRunner plugin for Confluence)

Hi, can someone provide a link to a Reference describing the syntax a bit for the  ScriptRunner 'CQL Search Macro'. If that's still under construction, then some examples will help as well. I tried to apply Atlassian Confluence Search Syntax in terms of special words, search fields  and punctuation marks - but i failed. Looks like ScriptRunner's 'CQL Search Macro' is using a tailored variant.

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AnnWorley Atlassian Team Oct 16, 2017

I installed Scriptrunner and checked the documentation for the CQL Search macro and it seems like it should work with the CQL on this page: Advanced Searching using CQL Is that the Atlassian Confluence Search Syntax that you already tried?

The Syntax you referred works for me. Thanks Ann!

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