Is this what you are looking for?
#set ($containerManagerClass=$content.class.forName('com.atlassian.spring.container.ContainerManager')) #set ($getInstanceMethod=$containerManagerClass.getDeclaredMethod('getInstance',null)) #set ($containerManager=$getInstanceMethod.invoke(null,null)) #set ($containerContext=$containerManager.containerContext) #set ($contentPropertyManager=$containerContext.getComponent('contentPropertyManager')) $contentPropertyManager.setStringProperty($content, "myProperty", "Stuff") $contentPropertyManager.getStringProperty($content, "myProperty")
@Adolfo: I also want to display values located in the page properties macro of the current page. Would you mind posting a code snippet of your successful approach here? i take it that Davin pointed you in the right direction but you had to develop the final thing? I would be very interested in what you ended up with. Thanks in Advance
Thanks for the information. i tried it but didnt get any results regarding access to values inside the page properties macro on the same page (i assume that is what you originally asked about?) I guess i need to ask that specific question on my own, huh? :-) Thanks anyway!
Sorry for the newbie question, how would I integrate this, I seem to have the option of a user macro, a macro plugin or a full blown macro.
I have documents with a page property block with things like version and document number.
I want to have the document number and version in a footer.
It would seem a generic macro that just takes one parameter, the name of the property would do.
I need to can the solution and pass it to general purpose IT department to install.
BTW: Am I missing the point, this is such an obvious thing to want to do, is it built in and I missed it?
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