We have clients who use our Confluence and we ask all of them to put their company name into their department. It would be great if someone (please!) could write a macro that would print a list of users in a specific groups (e.g. 'client') along with what they have entered for the 'department' field.
Could anybody help?
If you work with the SQL plugin, you can get at the values directly from the database. It was pretty difficult to find this info: it's actually stored in the OS_PROPERTYENTRY table, with the "department" being defined not as a column but as a string value in the entity_key column. The key in this table matches up with the user entity in the content table, so you'd have to do some fancy SQL to get user and group info, but it can be done.
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