dynamictasklist: task list macros declared inside wiki-markup macros are not supported

Here is a working tasklist macro example.

Here is a tasklist macro that failed to migrate.

BLOCK

||Completed||Priority||Locked||CreatedDate||CompletedDate||Assignee||Name||

|F|H|F|2007-09-03| | |Determine if new interface / edit existing required (IT)|

|F|H|F|2007-09-03| | |Create Jira Item (IT)|

|F|H|F|2007-09-03| | |Source client account references from third party (IT)|

|F|H|F|2007-09-03| | |Commit and release changes to code (IT)|

|F|H|F|2007-09-03| | |Manual test trading (IT)|

|F|H|F|2007-09-03| | |Automate changes / Add to DEPENDS (IT)|

{dynamictasklist} >

If I replace the macro lines with the right one in the source editor, the tasklist macro works fine.

I have tried re-migrating the pages in Admin tools, but they won't migrate.

I have many hundreds of pages with tasks lists, and there are two many to fix by hand.

The message shown on the broken task lists is:

dynamictasklist: task list macros declared inside wiki-markup macros are not supported

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Hi!

It seems that this is actually a bug: https://jira.atlassian.com/browse/CONF-26866

I believe this is the problem and we can try the workaround in the bug report.

I hope that helps!

Regards,

Rodrigo

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