It looks like this issue was not resolved, but i think i have the same question.
What is the best way to allow only one user at a time to edit an attachment on a confluence page?
For example, we're using the excel macro, but if multiple users try to edit the spreadsheet at the same time, they are not notified/prompted that anyone else has the attachment opened - and when they save and close the file, the last one to save, is the current/visible version.
We'd like to lock out everyone else from editing the spreadsheet, until one active user has saved and closed.... similar to a network folder situation which tells the user someone else is in the file and they can only view the file read-only. Ideas? Is this possible?
Thanks in advance for any advice.
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