Compile new table from already existing tables on other pages

I am evaluating confluence for an IT Consulting firm.

Each of our customer have their own page in confluence, with a section called Servers, here there is a standarized table with their server information.

Is there a way to compile all these tables into one big table on a certain page?



info from other page 1 and 2 New Column

|| Server name | IP - Adress|| new line ||

(Information from page 1) |Server1 | | |

(Information from page 1) |Server2 | | |

(Information from page 2) |Server1 | | |

Is there a way to accomplish this in confluence?



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Here are some alternatives:

  1. Put the data in a database and then run a query on each page using the Confluence SQL Plugin
  2. Write a groovy (or similar) script that gets each of the other pages and combines the table using the Confluence Script Plugin
  3. Write an external groovy (or similar) script that processes the pages and combines the table and populates the confluence pages using the Confluence Command Line Interface

The first option is the easiest and you can also provide a Confluence page to input/update the data using the Confluence Run Plugin .

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