My clients want a report page on our confluence that shows all the pages that will expire in the next month, and I'm trying to use the CQL Filter parameter in the Document States Report macro to accomplish this.
Although I know how to do this with normal CQL (stateexpiry <= now('1m')), I can't figure out how it would work with the 'FieldName:Value' system that their Macro uses for the CQL Filter parameter. I've tried a few tests where I new the expiry date exactly, and went stateexpiry:YYYY/MM/DD and stateexpiry:"YYYY/MM/DD", but that just chucks an error. I've also tried it with - instead of /, with no effect.
I feel like ServiceRocket's Reporting for Confluence would have an easy fix, but atm the team doesn't want to pay for it when there seems to be another solution.
Hello @Gene McLay and other community members.
This capability was released in autumn 2021.
For more detail, see our wiki: https://wiki.comalatech.com/display/CDML/CQL+filter+-+reporting+pages+that+have+been+approved+or+expired+in+a+time+period
All the best
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