Attachment to be loaded in child page

Is there a way that when I attach a file in a parent page it will be loaded to the child page? 

I have created a wiki where in I have a one parent page and what I want to happen is, when I upload a certain file it will be uploaded on its child page. On that child page I have used a cloak with an attachment pattern = *.bWIN2012b.* , so when I upload a file on the parent page with WIN2012 on it's filename it will automatically uploaded on that child page.

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No, when you attach a file to a page, you are attaching it to the page you selected.

Thanks for the reply. Oh well I have no choice then but have it on the current page.

How bout a macros where in  I need to see a single chart for 3 different servers with a corresponding percentage data. Like for ex.  server 1 -> browser1 and browser 2, on the 2nd server -> browser 3 and 4 and 3rd server -> browser 5?

Because currently I'm displaying 3 different chart for every server with corresponding percentage display.

That's a case of accumulating the data from your servers from different places and then wrapping the charting stuff around them.

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