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How to display SQL records on textfield (RUN + SQL macro)


I'm using + developed by Bob Swift, and I'm able to easily add/insert records using a form I've created on my Confluence page.

Now I'm wondering how I can dynamically delete my records. I'd like to get a "select" with all my db entries pre populated.

Ex: Select value will be something like : select user where project="project1"

This example will allow me to easily remove users from a specific project.

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If I understand your question correctly, you could add a column on the select that links to a remove page that gets prefilled with the key from the list row. Either as a confirm screen or auto-run. You will need to link back to the list screen. You could also do something similar on the same page. It an advanced example, but How to do SQL database operations on lists of data has some of the techniques.

I followed the guide last week... didn't work. Perhaps I was a bit confused with all the feature yours plugins provides (currently using a mix of sql/run and groovy..);)

Nevermind, after 1 week off, I re-tested your code and it work perfectly on mysql (just need to adjust some queries)

Thanks a lot

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