I'm using AJAX in user-macro's to display data from an external database on confluence pages. Now I'd like to show user-specific data from that external database, preferably without the confluence-user having to enter a username and password.
I don't have much experience with velocity or java, so I'm not sure which way to go. I'm thinking about getting the confluence-username in velocity, encrypt it in velocity, and use it that to authenticate with the external database. But what type of encryption is possible in velocity?
Or maybe there is another user-specific variable available in the velocity contexts, so I can use that along with the username to authenticate?
Or should I go with a completely different approach?
I'm not sure if I explained it clear enough, but the SQL plugin wouldn't solve my problem, looking at this issue: https://bobswift.atlassian.net/browse/SQL-11 . That and my datasource only works with AJAX/JSONP.
The Confluence Cache Plugin looks promising. I was also thinking about using your Script Plugin to use Beanshell to encrypt the username. Too bad the plugins are not yet compatible with Confluence 4.2.4.
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