Conditional formatting of a SQL-Query result set (whole rows)

re: sql-query macro

I am able to conditionally format individual cells in a table by updating a query to incluide smth like:

    WHEN abc = 1 THEN '<span style="background: #9e9; border: 1px solid #999;padding: 1px 12px;">one</span>' 
    WHEN abc = 0 THEN '<span style="background: #e99; border: 1px solid #999;padding: 1px 12px;">zero</span>'
    ELSE '--'

+ I set query output format as "html"

but would like to conditionally format the entire row = color it red, please :)
anyone has any ideas? Bob? :)

just thinking outloud... maybe storing a tr class in the last column and not display it?

2 answers

Look at the css and related parameters like columnAttributes and rowStyles. See Common parameters - they are shared by the SQL macros.

thanks for your response. not sure how to apply this for condiitonal formatting though. I get the idea of applying a background for all rows or adding repeating patterns, but what if I need to color one particular row red if one of the fields triggers this condition? for example - this might be row number 14 out of 100.


For conditional formatting in Confluence you may use CelesteCS Conditions for Confluence.


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