I have 2 table excerpts:
T1 - Platform Table generated by a Jira Filter which contains the following fields:
Issue Type, Key, Parent Summary, Summary, Feature type, Dev Fix Version, NTL Fix Version, Status
T2 - Feature Table generated by a Jira Filter that is just a "parentsof" the Platform Table. There are multiple Platforms per Feature. The Feature Table contains the following fields:
Issue Type, Key, Summary, Epic Link
I used the Table Transformer macro to merge these 2 tables so I can see all of the T1 columns w/ the T2 Key and Epic Link columns.
Now I'd like to use a pivot table to summarize the info by the T2 Summary & T2 Key. When I try to wrap the pivot table macro around my transformed table, I get the following error: Oops! We are sorry but the current complex table cannot be filtered.
Hi @Susan Granz ,
Such messages may appear if your source tables are complex and exceed the size/loading timeout.
Please raise a support ticket and we try to see if anything can be done to improve the performance.
Attach your page storage format (upper right corner -> menu ... -> View storage format, if you don't see this option, ask your Confluence administrator to do it for you). And give us the screenshots of your Jira Issues macros (how they look when published without any macros with a header row visible).
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