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Confluence to Hold SQL Library


I'm wondering if anyone uses Confluence as a way to store a SQL library?  I need a place to keep commonly used SQL queries for my team/department and I was considering using Confluence (since it's where we store our documentation).

If anyone is using Confluence for this, are you attaching the queries to a page as a text document or putting the body of the query on the actual page?

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Sven Schatter _Lively Apps_
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Dec 31, 2019 • edited Jan 01, 2020

I think using a code macro would probably be nice as it provides some syntax highlighting for the SQL statements. Also you can double click in it to select all of the code for easy copying.

You could even go a step further and not only store your queries in Confluence but even execute them in there using something like PocketQuery. This allows you to manage SQL statements in a seperate admin interface and execute them using macros. Sounds like this could be a nice alternative / upgrade. :)

Best regards,

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