We try to update to confluence 4 and i have to evaluate if we further use the reporting plugin or replace/reduce with/to metadata.
During my tests i found 2 points that concern to the Metadata Plugin:
Well, what's my question?
Don't know, perhaps you can say anything to these topics.
What can be implemented, what not. What comes next, what last...
Any other ideas/alternatives?!
Isn't the metadata plugin still not fully working with Confluence 4? I'm referring to the latest release documented here (https://marketplace.atlassian.com/plugins/org.andya.confluence.plugins.metadata) which is version 3.0-beta 1.
You may get more information and help with resolving your issue by checking the issues already logged in the developers Jira project, or raise a new issue there.
Reporting in Confluence 4 is working pretty well in my experience (okay a problem here and there with the value supplier, but Customware are working through these). The metadata supplier for use with Reporting comes from the metadata plugin. We don't use this, but make frequent use of Scaffolding which works well with Reporting.
Sad to say but we have the same problem and reporting plugin does not work with Confluence 4.3.
For we have ton's of structured pages with metadata information which are compiled to lists using the reporting plugin, this problem is a BLOCKER for moving forward and we have to stay on our current 3.5.16. version. Any help on this issue is highly appreciated.
We wanted to make a intermediate step before upgrading to Confluence 5.x . Does anybody know if these plugins are working there ?
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