We have much information from different pages that would be useful to collect in a single table. Using "table excerpt" macro with "table transformer macro" I am able to merge the table with the columns I need. The one thing I am not able to do is to automatically add the page title with a link to the page where the row originated. Is this possible or do anyone have a nice walk around? This would make concatenating of data much easier and better
Here are some screenshots of the setup used
Example of the end result I am looking for
Hi @Thomas Heggebø
Currently there is no such an option, but we have it in our roadmap.
Here is a workaround that might work for you:
SELECT * FROM T1 OUTER JOIN T2
4. And get the resulting table
If I want to wrap 'Table Excerpt Include' inside the Table transformer and use SQL Query example:
SELECT *, ....FROM T1
it is displaying "Page" column but if I use following:
SELECT T1.Col1,T1.Col2, ....FROM T1
it is not displaying 'Page' column, how can I get page link?
I've checked both on Server and Cloud instances, the Table Transformer macro recognizes all the page meta data columns perfectly well.
Here is an example for Server:
And here is an example for Cloud:
Please check your SQL query and make sure that you list your columns containing the meta data information.
If nothing helps, you may raise a support ticket here (attach the screenshots and page storage format (upper right corner -> menu ... -> View page storage format)).
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