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Data interface summary with references to documents

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I have eCommerce project/s, with tons of documents, some of them related to integrations, some of them works on backend level only, some of them related to frontend/storefront.

Within all this mess, I want to have clear picture, where an attribute is used.

We have FSD for frontend part, and ISD for integration layer, TSD for backend 

Let's say target data attributes mentioned in page:

  • ISD - Stripe payment
  • FSD - Banner System

I want to have a data summary, similar like following:

| entity       | attribute | area         | documents                                             |

| customer | super_id      | FSD, ISD   | Stripe payment, Banner System         |

Are there any options to make it?

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JiraJared
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Oct 05, 2020

You could try a page properties report macro - allows you to automatically list multiple pages based on tags and show a summary of each page on one page. 

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