pocketquery wiki markup

Hi,

Version 1.13.4 inside wiki markup block like 

{pocketquery|name=myquery}

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.

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]

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:

{replace-and-render}
 {replace-body}{pocketquery:name=myquery|parameters=id=%cid%}{replace-body}
 {replace-item:%cid%}{get-data:cid}{replace-item}
{replace-and-render}

 

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

Thanks!

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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