We have started using Confluence recently and we need your help on one issue:
We want to advance our documentation process just like in the below.
We want it to continue like v.1-v.1.1-v.1.2.
We would be glad if anyone can tell us how we can do this process.
I work with the team that makes the Scroll Versions app. There's no great way to control the versioning on a page level, since Confluence handles it automatically, but you could use our app to have a space-wide version, where you can use whatever version numbering you'd like.
We also have this guide for writing documentation in Confluence, which might be helpful for your team: https://www.k15t.com/rock-the-docs
With the code below, we have successfully created the documentation version numbers.
I am also adding the image.
#set($getInstanceMethod=$containerManagerClass.getDeclaredMethod('getInstance', null) )
#set( $containerManager=$getInstanceMethod.invoke(null,null) )
#set( $containerContext=$containerManager.containerContext )
#set( $pageManager=$containerContext.getComponent('pageManager') )
#set( $allVersions=$pageManager.getVersionHistorySummaries($content) )
#foreach( $version in $allVersions )
#set ( $cV = -1+$version.getVersion())
#if ($cV>=5 && $$cV<10)
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