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Confluence Table Transformer: how to get name from id for multiple fields?

Hi Confluence Team,

Using Table Transformer, how can i get name from id for multiple fields. 

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Katerina Rudkovskaya _Stiltsoft_
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Apr 03, 2023

Hi @Bindiya Chacko,

If you mean that you want to transform the IDs coming from your Jira Issues macro into usernames automatically, then it can’t be done via the Table Transformer macro.

The macro works with the data coming from the Jira Issues macro. So, if your Jira Issues macro returns IDs (and not “pretty” usernames), then the Table Transformer macro also recognizes these IDs and works with them. Only the Jira Issues macro “goes” to Jira to pull your data and the Table Transformer macro just works with the returned results.

So, to get “pretty” usernames in the result table, I can suggest using an additional reference table: “ID” = “Name”. Then you’ll be able to match these records with the required columns from the original table.

Please see the example below:

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SELECT 'Project',
'Name' AS 'Approver'
(SELECT 'Project',
'Name' AS 'Lead',
'ID Approver'
FROM T1 LEFT JOIN T2 ON T1.'ID Lead' = T2.'ID')
LEFT JOIN T2 ON 'ID Approver' = T2.'ID'

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Hope it helps.

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