Children Display Macro and Template

Hello, 

I have some issues with the Children Display macro.

I have this tree structure: TemplateA --> TemplateB --> TemplateC

into the "TemplateA" you find a button to create a document from the "TemplateB" and into the "TemplateB" you find a button to create a document form the "TemplateC"

If I use the {children display} in the TemplateA, it works fine and it creates the structure TemplateB --> TemplateC

Is it possibile use the {children display} also in TemplateB and TemplateC to show the entire hierarchy (TemplateA --> TemplateB --> TemplateC) so user can move easily form one document to another?

I would like to show both children and parent pages...

Thanks for your time and help,

Margherita

 

 

1 answer

Hey Margherita,

I think you can achieve that if you use the page include macro:

https://confluence.atlassian.com/display/DOC/Include+Page+Macro

If you include the page A into there you would be able to see the table of content of page A, the only problem is that it would display any content of that page, which I don't know if helps you or not sad.

Thanks and Regards,
David| The Engineer that like Windows for realsies.

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