I have been using Confluence (also) for reporting - our workers use a template and fill it in. However, then someone needs to manually merge the files.
Is there a way I could, on another Confluence page, display all pages with certain parent? But the name cannot be hardcoded as the parent folder name contains currentDate.
And I would need to have another page that would contain Worker A, Worker B, Worker C tables (everything as in include) but on a single page.
EDIT: What about custom Macro? Would it not be possible to simply iterate through children of a parent and merge/join/append their content into a new page?
>But the name cannot be hardcoded
The child macro can do it, but that "cannot be hardcoded" breaks everything. If you can't tell Confluence which page to start from (i.e. by "hard coding" it), then there's no way it can possibly know what you actually want. A bit like asking me how old my cat is. Which one?
If you have some form of pattern or rule, then you need to code for that arbitrary rule - at the very least, you;ll need to write something that can work out what your arbitrary rule results in before you can feed it into any macro. I think that's pretty much the conclusion you've already reached though.
So, my instinct would be to attempt a "user macro" to do the calculation and push the result out through a "child page" macro.
Thanks. I would need something like "getParent" and then "getAllChildren" and iterate through the children, appending content of each individual one to a new page. I have no experience with user macros, though. I have been a developer but never worked with Confluence at this level.
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