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My company recently purchased PlantUML Diagrams for Confluence in order to model our software system.
The default PlantUML types work fine, but when I try to `!include` a separate file from another host, I'm unable to preview or insert a PlantUML diagram.
An example of including which I've confirmed is not working and renders fine locally, is from this page's quickstart: https://github.com/plantuml-stdlib/C4-PlantUML#getting-started
I also have a similar file that I want to import from bitbucket, again the same issue occurs.
I have a similar problem - I am unable to include a puml file attached to the same confluence page as a plantuml sequence diagram, in the diagram. Has this been solved?
1. When the file is on the same page as the sequence diagram the instruction
!include "^Common.iuml" replaces the whole with the content of Common.iuml
2. When the file is on a separate page
!include "Additiv-Avaloq: Use Cases^Common.iuml" -> Cannot include "Additiv-Avaloq: Use Cases^Common.iuml"
I would need to include the content of Common.puml in different places in the sequence diagram. The include instruction does not seem to support this - in addition to the issues above.
Is the !include feature no longer supported? Has the syntax changed maybe?
I really miss being able to separate my style scripts from my actual content diagrams, so if anyone has a solution, would be highly appreciated!