pocketquery wiki markup


Version 1.13.4 inside wiki markup block like 


renders into this:

Unknown macro: {pocketquery}

Version 1.13.3 works fine.

Please suggest.

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Could you check if it works again with this version? I'll release PocketQuery 1.14 during the next days.

Please find version 1.14 on the marketplace now.

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Hi Alexey,

Thank you for your interest in PocketQuery! We finally removed the deprecated <macro> module in our plugin. I didn't really expect that this would be still in usage anywhere.

On what Confluence version are you?

Regards, Felix [Scandio]

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Hi Felix,

I am currently on 4.3.7 and hope to migrate to 5.6.4 before December.

I use wiki markup because I need to supply SQL query parameter from scaffolding variable. I achieve this with replace-and-render macro:



I don't know another way of achieve this without wiki markup/R&R macro.


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Hi Felix,

Snapshot version works fine on 5.6.4, thanks for a promptly support!

Best regards!

update: on 4.3.7 also no problems.

Cool! Have you already updated your Confluence now? I will release version 1.14 very soon. If you like PocketQuery, we'd be very happy about a little review at the marketplace :)

Just saw your review - thx! By the way, I also just saw that it was you who wanted the "PlainText feature". It will be part of 1.14 as well ;)

Oh great news! Christmas comes in November :) Thanks a lot!

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