I'm using the standard chart macro from Confluence to display time series data in a line diagram. I use the type timeSeries for the chart macro. In the first column of the input table, the timestamp is given in the format "dd.MM.yy HH:mm" and in the second column, the number of assets are given.
Despite there is no timestamp twice in the table, I get the following error:
"You are attempting to add an observation for the time period Thu Nov 07 00:00:00 UTC 2019 but the series already contains an observation for that time period. Duplicates are not permitted. Try using the addOrUpdate() method."
Somehow, the macro cannot read the hours and minutes despite the date/time format should be ok.
The result should look similar to the following chart but as time series chart with correct gaps between the data points.
Hi, thanks for the help. Unfortunately, I do not have Table Filter and Charts installed. But the support team helped me to resolve it:
It looks like the time format field does not handle spaces well. I have altered the value to have "," between the date and time and adjusted the format and it looks good now.
Thank you for contacting us. I noticed you raised the same question in our support queue. I'm not sure of the reason that you're getting this error, but when you are able to resolve it with the support team, could you please let us know where what the issue is?
I'd be interested to see and it can help users in the future.
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