When I use DisplayTable macro the "Exclude-Self" option doesn't work fine, because it shows current page instead of exclude it.
I've seen the lucene query something like "AND -PageID:5075807" when "Exclude-Self" is true. Instead of that, I write Where clause like "PageID NOT 5075807" and works fine.
Can be a possible bug?
We have tested the Exclude-Self feature with the latest projectdoc Toolbox (version 1.10.3) on Confluence 5.9.10 and (unfortunately) it works as intended (using the syntax "...
AND -PageID:5075807 ...).
May I ask you for the version of the projectdoc Toolbox and Confluence so that we could try to reproduce the problem? It would also help if you could add the query you are executing. Maybe there is a problem with the construction of the query. We tried some combinations, but everything worked fine.
We are using Confluence 5.9.8 and projectdoc toolbos 1.10.3
The query doesn't work is:
query=(DirectAncestorId:50758072 AND -PageID:50758072) AND (DoctypeExact:"userxcharacter"),category=<null>,spaceKeys=<null>,contentTypes=[page],attachmentTypes=<null>,lastModified=<null>,contributor=<null>,labels=<null>,sort=<null>]
I unchecked Exclude-Self option and I write "PageID NOT 50758072" in Where field, then the query is:
query=(DirectAncestorId:50758072 AND PageID NOT 50758072) AND (DoctypeExact:"userxcharacter"),category=<null>,spaceKeys=<null>,contentTypes=[page],attachmentTypes=<null>,lastModified=<null>,contributor=<null>,labels=<null>,sort=<null>]
This query works as expected.
I've just to update projectdoc toolbox to version 1.11.0 and the issue is the same.
Thank you for your report!
I'm sorry to say that I still need your help to track this down.
To my knowledge these are valid queries:
Doctype="user-character" NOT PageID=41451771
Doctype="user-character" AND -PageID:41451771
But this is not
Doctype="user-character" AND PageID NOT 41451771
While the first two create the intended results (the page with the given ID is excluded), the last example shows the empty list (which is wrong since I have three documents of type 'user-character').
Here are the screenshots:
The above shows the query with all documents in the result.
It would help us to track the problem down if you could describe your use case.
Maybe the pages have been moved by third party add-ons? In some cases theses add-ons do not throw page events and projectdoc does not get noticed. In this case the properties may not have been updated. You could check the actual properties of the pages by the use of the Display All Document Properties Macro. Maybe the artificial
Page ID property is out of sync? Just in case: Documentation for cache clearing is found in Cache Refresh Actions.
And while I'm clutching at straws ... : The page ID of your first example is a prefix of your second. Is the '2' just missing or are pages with a common Page ID prefix involved? In this case the exact match syntax could help (
Here are some examples in storage format we tested (and did not reveal the problem). Maybe you could point to the fault in our setup?
<ac:structured-macro ac:name="projectdoc-display-table"> <ac:parameter ac:name="doctype">topic</ac:parameter> <ac:parameter ac:name="where">DirectAncestorId=15597571 AND -PageID:15597579</ac:parameter> <ac:parameter ac:name="exclude-self">false</ac:parameter> </ac:structured-macro>
<ac:structured-macro ac:name="projectdoc-display-table"> <ac:parameter ac:name="doctype">topic</ac:parameter> <ac:parameter ac:name="where">DirectAncestorId=15597571 NOT PageID=15597579</ac:parameter> <ac:parameter ac:name="exclude-self">false</ac:parameter> </ac:structured-macro>
Just another observation: I suppose that
DirectAncestorId:50758072 AND -PageID:50758072
should have the same result as
Since no page should be the direct ancestor of itself. Therefore there should be no need to exclude the page from the list ...
Or am I missing here something?
Robert, you're right and I'm wrong. The second query doesn't return any results, meanwhile "NOT PageID=50758072" (sorry, the last 2 was removed by copy/paste) returns several documents.
I've tried to retrieve subordinates UserCharacters from a UserCharacter parent. The macro shows all subordinates UserCharacters and the self UserCharacter parent. But this occurs with whatever document type.
When I use DisplayMacro, always retrieves the self document, no matter Exclude-Sefl option is checked or not. For example, subordinates UserStory also shows the UserStory parent, even if Exclude-Sef is true.
I 've cleared all caches and the issue persists.
Also, If I put "Exclude-Self" and "Restrict to inmediate Children" to false and I write "DirectAncestorId:50758087 AND -PageID:50758087" it shows the self document.
So I'm afraid I have still no clue ...
May I ask you for the following:
ac:structured-macro...) so that I can see all parameters and therefore can rule out that I make invalid assumptions
DirectAncestorIdinformation for the involved pages (using e.g. the Display All Document Properties Macro)
I'm very sorry for this inconvenience, but I still cannot reproduce the problem ...
And just in case ... if you add
to the WHERE field (without anything else) it is the same as
The stopword "
NOT" is simply removed. This is because Lucene requires to have a positive selection before a negative one is allowed. But this does not explain why checking the Exclude Self option has no effect ...
Does the following have the same (unwanted) result in your configuration?
Doctype:user-character AND -PageID:50758087
50758072 instead of
At last, I use Luke to see the Confluence index and I notice that DirectAncestorId and ParentID aren't indexed although they are stored.
Using Luke search tab I cannot retrieve any results for "PageID:507580872" or "DirectAncestorID:507580872".
I clear caché, reindex the content and anything works
Thank you for the update!
Page ID has been introduced with version 1.5 (28th March 2015). Prior to this the identifier has been stored by the key
ID. Maybe the page has been created with an older version? Evidence is that after a reindex the queries - as you reported - are working.
The problem seems to be that we did not clearly state in the release notes that a reindex is required. We'll track this issue more carefully in the future.
Badges are a great way to show off community activity, whether you’re a newbie or a Champion.Learn more
Hi Community, Jessica here from the Confluence Product Marketing team! July’s community challenge is all about sharing pictures — and as an extension of our first post on what ...
Connect with like-minded Atlassian users at free events near you!Find a group
Connect with like-minded Atlassian users at free events near you!
Unfortunately there are no AUG chapters near you at the moment.Start an AUG
You're one step closer to meeting fellow Atlassian users at your local meet up. Learn more about AUGs