How do I properly embed Jira Issue Macros in a Confluence Wiki Markup Table?

James Swanson
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May 3, 2023

When trying to embed multiple Jira Issue macros in a Confluence Wiki Markup table, I'm seeing only the first macro resolving correctly, and repeating for the other macros.

Here's the wiki text I'm pasting from an automated report into the Markup macro.

| A | {jira:count=true|project = 999 AND summary ~ "Hello"} |
| B | {jira:count=true|project = 999 AND summary ~ "There"} |
| C | {jira:count=true|project = 999 AND summary ~ "World"} |

Here's what the page shows before saving.


Here's what the page shows after saving.


Observe that only the first macro is resolving and it's repeated for the others.  The cache parameter seems to have no effect either.  Is this expected behavior?  Am I using incorrect syntax?  Is there a better approach to take?

I believe this is Confluence version 7.13.7.  Let me know what you think.  Thanks very much.

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