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Combining pageManager.getPage() and user macro parameter

Hi All

Could anyone explain what I am missing with this small user macro:

## @Param Childpage:title=Childpage ID|type=string|required=true

#set($parentpages = $pageManager.getPage($paramChildpage).getParent().getId())

What I try to achieve is to: 1) enter a valid pageID into the parameter "Childpage" and 2) have the user-macro return the parent page.

It works if I skip the parameter and enter a pageID directly into ...getPage(_some_pageID_). But I have no luck getting a result when using $paramChilpage - macro output is: $parentpages

I have found a couple of community-solutions working with <spacekey> and <pagetitle> that go into getPage() - but I need to find parent pages based on pageID only.

Pleased to hear.


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Found the solution in an other thread... @Davin Studer had the trick: 

Convert user macro param (here: $paramuplimit) like below:


Thanks for helping me out :-)

Brgds Anders

Possible for you to expound? What did you need to convert to integer?

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