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I have a big excel file composed of several sheets to move in a COnfluence Model
Does anyone have idea to foolow the right way
What do you mean by "Confluence Model"?
Or, more importantly, what are you expecting your data to look like after moving it into Confluence?
Good question, I would like to obtain an equivalent of an excel workbook, as I will apply a comala workflow on it. A validation cycle on each page is not possible
One thing that I would test in that case is that If you are using a spreadsheet plugin, is to see if on a published page where you then edit only spreadsheet info (not anything else) then i would want to verify that Comala reacts to that editing and resets the page to draft stage as is intended.
Also do you expect to use formulas on the sheets, if so then a spreadsheet plugin is most likely the best option as other solutions for calculations will probably a big issue to get working as intended (and thats not even touching upon the training issues to get users to understand such a solution :-) )