is it possible to add a Table into Confluence (8000 rows/4 columns) where we can list all of our customers?
I know, that Confluence is not made to display tables which are that big, but it would be the easiest way to share customer information in our company.
if you intend to manage it manually and besides a really bad performance in your browser, no, that schould not be a problem.
But the table would need some kind of filtering and to speed up the performance a pagination would be helpful.
Which brings me to the next question. From where do you get your data? From a CRM? A database? A webservice?
I think, the following plugins might be useful:
If you are using a database for data retrival:
But, for a good user experience, you'll need a custom writen plugin.
thank you for your answer.
I'm getting this out of our ERP System. I am already testing the SQL Macro in combination wih the tablefilter Add-on. The problem is, that the content, which is generated by the sql macro, is dynamic, so the table filter add on does not have any chance to use the filter:
(Table Filter Add-On plus Bobswift SQL)
But as soon as I'm choosing one of the filters the whole table dissappears:
You see my problem
I already thought about using this add-on:
The aim is, that the user can simply e.g. filter for a name and he gets all the global customer entries.
You know what I mean?
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