confluence metadata time macro

Hello,

I am trying to use the metadata plugin on Confluence 5.1.4.

In the repprt metadata macro I use Page, Time and a custom macro to collect info from descendant pages. The Page and custom macro are working, but I did not manage to display the Time info to get the time of last update of the page. I tried with "Time" and "Last Time Changed": with both I get no information.

Thanks in advance for your help.

Gianni

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Davin Studer Community Champion Feb 20, 2014

"Last Time Changed" without the quotes should be what you want ... according to th documentation.

https://comalatech.jira.com/wiki/display/META/Metadata-report+Macro

Thanks Davin, I tried in fact without the quotes, I used the quotes only for clarity in the post.

I confirm that I get no results.

Davin Studer Community Champion Feb 20, 2014

Hmmm. I tried it on my my box and it worked. I know that is no help, but Last Time Changed is what you want.

Only thought I have would maybe be a content re-index.

Thanks a lot Davin.

I tried rebuilding the index with no improvemements.

I must miss something, for clarity I am attaching a screenshot of my macro config.

Regards,

Gianni

Davin Studer Community Champion Feb 23, 2014

Hmm. Have you tried removing the space before Last Time Changed? I think that is your issue and I can recreate it on my end.

Tha was it, strange cause in the third field the spave was tolerated.

Thanks a lot for your help!

Davin Studer Community Champion Feb 24, 2014

Great! Glad that fixed it. It is odd that the last field was ok with it. Probably just a good idea to not have the leading spaces at all. Feel free to mark this thread as the answer.

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