I have a table that I need to pull content from (if it matches certain criteria) and then place that content into another table on a different page (not a child or parent page). For example, I have a table with a column called 'status'. The status column contains the words green, yellow, or red. If the status is 'red', I'd like to pull the whole row of data that contains the 'red' status and place it into another table. How do I do this?
I can suggest you the solution with automatic merging and filtering tables if you use Confluence Server or Data Center.
If you need to pull multiple tables (both manually created or generated with the help of the macros outputting tables), you can use the Table Excerpt Include macro that provides an ability to pull any tables from child pages, from specific pages, from pages by labels and more.
After that, you can use the Table Transformer macro to merge all the tables in one.
The Table Filter macro can help you to hide unnecessary columns and filter rows using the necessary criteria.
The workflow may be as follows:
1. Insert the Table Excerpt macro, set the Excerpt name parameter, and place the tables (or the macros outputting tables) within the macro body on every page.
2. Add the Table Excerpt Include macro on the summary page, specify Excerpt name and select an appropriate Excerpt source.
3. Wrap the Table Excerpt include macro in the Table Transformer macro, use the default presets or custom SQL queries to merge all the tables in one.
4. Add the Table Filter macro to the merged table to hide unnecessary columns and filter rows (you can hide the filtration panel).
Let me know if you need more details.
Thanks, Steffi Frank. One thing I forgot to mention is that I'd like this content to move automatically. There's a lot of updates and pieces of content that will need to move to 3 different tables on 3 different pages. I don't want to do this manually each time.
Steffi Frank, do you know how to set this process up so that it happens automatically?
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