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Can a Jira Macro in Confluence use the page name as a search predicate?

Hi,

One of our users is looking to do something fairly complex. They have what amounts to a standard reporting page in Confluence which references a number of Jira filters.

They are asking whether it is possible to effectively wildcard the Jira filter where clause and use the Confluence Page Name as the filter value.

It doesn't feel possible but I figured I would crowd-source my response rather than just saying no.

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Hi @Daniel Cave 

Not that I know of natively.

The Jira Filter macro is effectively referencing Jira Search / JQL - so cannot take into account the Confluence page name, or any wildcard capabilities to that effect.

Ste

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