I have several pages, each one with a table with several rows.
I need to have a parent page with a table that gets information from the last table row in each child page.
For usability purposes, my tables in the child pages need to be as simple as possible (few or no macros at all).
In the parent page I can use all the macros I need to get the information from the childs (no problems with usability because I want the content of the page to be generated automatically).
Is there any way to simplly "query" a table in a child page?
I've been looking around for solutions envolving reporting, metadata and even scafolding plugins but without any luck (I think that having several rows prevents me from using metadata plugin)
Thanks in advance for your help.
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