I'm not sure if this is possible, however I would like to use a variable to store the filepath name of the CSV file being rendered by the CSV plugin.
For example, I have a task set to run in which a report is generated in CSV format. The report that is generated appends the current system date in the format DD_MM_YYYY_HH_MM_A(P) to the end of the filename. I would need to be able to use the Run plugin (or something similar) to set and update a Confluence variable to match the newest filename and present the most recent report.
If this is possible, please let me know. Thanks in advance.
Yes, you should be able to use the run or run-now macro to retrieve the $current_time and the dateFormat parameter to get a format matching your naming convention. An alternative is to write a small script (groovy) to get the most recent file in the directory. Use cache macro to improve performance.
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