How do I show a pagetree, with values from given headings and the ability to collect comments on each sub-page?

Hi - using Confluence, I have a set of pages under a root page.

Each page uses a template that establishes a set of headings.

In the root page I want to show a summary of the child pages: the summary should show the text from under each heading and the comments from each page. This can be presented as a page tree or as a table. The summary should also show the last comment and allow the user to add a further comment.

Visiting the child page the user should see the same information plus all the comments.

Can this or something similiar to this be accomplished with today's macros or plugins?

Thanks,

Martin.

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I'm poretty sure you could achieve this with the Reporting ands Scaffolding plugins from Customware. Exactly how, I'm not sure :)

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