I am trying to generate the rows of a table using an R4J Word template. For example, to loop through all the requirements/issues inside a tree and generate a table with the summary of each issue in a separate row. I made an adapted version of one of the example loops:
[[\each $selectedTreeFolder]][[\recurse $.folders]][[\recursehere]] [[/recursehere]][[\recurse $.folderissues]] [[$.Summary]] [[/if]][[/recurse]][[/recurse]][[/each]]
I was wondering how I can apply this to a table. When I use it directly inside a (single cell) table, the output contains all the summaries in one cell. When I place the loop around the table, and only the [[$.Summary]] inside the table, it still fills in all the summaries inside one cell.
I was wondering whether this type of table generation is supported in R4J? How can I achieve it?
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