I am using jenkins to upload and replace the contents of a wiki page with an HTML doc.
I am trying to put in a line chart but I can't find the code that I need to put in for this to work.
So far I have either managed to completely break the page or only display the table for the chart (with a small box around it)
I would recommend getting thisplugin if you don't have it.
Next mock up a page in Confluence to look like what you want and then view the source of the page and find out exectly what the xml storeage format should look like and then replicate that.
<table class="wysiwyg-macro" data-macro-name="chart" data-macro-parameters="type=line" style="background-image: url(/plugins/servlet/confluence/placeholder/macro-heading?definition=e2NoYXJ0OnR5cGU9bGluZX0&amp;locale=en_GB&amp;version=2); background-repeat: no-repeat;" data-macro-body-type="RICH_TEXT"> <tr> <td class="wysiwyg-macro-body"> <table class="confluenceTable"> <tbody> <tr> <th class="confluenceTh"> </th> <th class="confluenceTh"> </th> <th class="confluenceTh"> </th> </tr> <tr> <td class="confluenceTd"> </td> <td class="confluenceTd"> </td> <td class="confluenceTd"> </td> </tr> </tbody> </table> </td> </tr> </table>
This is the closest I have gotten to getting this to work. When the page is edited I will have an empty table with a gray box around it. If I go to edit the page it will show the widget for a chart.
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