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Make JIRA Issues macro loaded synchronously


I render JIRA Issues macro in my Confluence macro (only issues count) and use the result (like '123 issues') for further calculations. The issue is that JIRA Issues macro is loaded asynchronously, i.e. it shows 'Loading issues' text first and then updates it to '123 issues' when result arrives. So, when I render Issues macro feon execute method of my macro I get 'Loading issues' text instead of '123 issues'. How can I configure Issues macro to load data synchronously, i.e. wait for result during its rendering and return it to my macro?


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Hi Alexey,

I've added a couple of additional tags to your question so that the more development-focused users will see it.

Thanks, Rob!


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