So there is some good discussion on the Content by Label documentation page, specifically around how the required labels and operators work. I am trying to understand the intended behavior because as far as I am seeing, its not behaving correctly (using 4.3 at the time of this post).
Please see the following scenarios and what I would expect based on the conversations on that page above. Note: I am assuming the order of labels does not affect anything.
Operator: OR (default)
Expected Logical Representation: (aa OR bb) AND cc AND NOT dd
Actual Behavior: aa OR bb AND cc AND NOT dd
Expected Logical Representation: (aa AND bb) AND cc AND NOT dd
The problem I am seeing is in the first scenario, where I am getting results with pages that just have "cc". I would expect pages that have "cc", but also "aa" or "bb". I would want non-required labels to be grouped in parenthesis so the operator applies to just them. I'd expect this behavior because if we just had "aa,bb" it would only return items with 1 or more of those, not 0 or more (i.e. every page in your instance). Having a required-label shouldn't break that behavior.
This question is not answered but I will close it to stop the automated emails asking me to close/answer it. I created an issue against the Confluence Content By Label macro.
Check that for closure, and if it gets closed I will be sure to update this post with the info.
I think I have the same topic as David.
My confluence pages have different labels A, B and C and I am looking for a solution that does the following:
The Content by Lable macro has different combinators as described at https://confluence.atlassian.com/display/CONF43/Content+by+Label+Macro
But I can't find a combination that works:
Any other ideas?
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