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Is it possible to place the output of Table Transformer macro onto a normal Table in Confluence

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Is it possible to place the output of Table Transformer macro onto a normal Table in Confluence.

 

I have a Table Transformer returning an output.

However, I would like to put this output data onto a normal Table in Confluence.

And then I would be applying a Pivot Table macro on top of this table to display the results as per requirement.

 

Is there a solution.

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Katerina Kovriga _Stiltsoft_
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Nov 20, 2020 • edited

Hi @Santanu Roy ,

If your hosting type is Server/DC, just wrap your Table Transformer macro in the Pivot Table macro.

All our macros are compatible, the Pivot Table macro will recognize the output of the Table Transformer macro as a regular Confluence table.

Check our recent blog post where we nest Table Transformer <- Pivot Table <- Chart from Table macro to visualize the result.

If you need to nest macros in the Cloud instances, use the Table Toolbox macro. Just insert it on to your Confluence page and make the required macro combinations inside its body.

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