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Is there any way to inject Confiform field data into a Confluence Macro, i.e., I want to create a Confluence Insert Jira Issue/Filter macro as shown below:
I have a page which creates a page dynamically based on the data entered in a confiform. On its creation, I want the Confluence macro, in the new page, to be driven from the prior data entry on original page.
This is totally possible, but you will need a Confluence source editor to do so (as the Jira issues macro validates parameters early and does not allow these to be dynamic)
See how we have done this for "content by label" macro - https://wiki.vertuna.com/display/CONFIFORMS/Using+ConfiForms+ListView+with+Confluence+Content+by+Label+macro
Same approach can be used for the Jira issues macro
Ok, how about using the ConfiForms PlainView
setting it’s macro body to contain the storage format of the Jira issues macro inside?