Hoping someone could explain (or link to documentation) regarding macro parameters: "structured-macro", "schema-version", and "macro-id".
The reason I ask is that I'm calling another (add-on) macro from a User Macro I'm creating. I can either copy the source generated when using the add-on macro on a random Confluence page to get something like the following:
<ac:structured-macro ac:name="add-page-form" ac:schema-version="1" ac:macro-id="75223kksof-a39c5aXyz">
Or, I can just manually enter:
Both seem to achieve the same result (i.e. both appear to work). Obviously, I'd prefer to use the 2nd as it's much simpler. But I want to check that I'm not creating problems by:
Any input/advice much appreciated! Thanks in advance...
I still have not been able to identify any functional difference between the two ways to code a macro.
Can assume that it's safe to use the second code (i.e. use "ac:macro" instead of "ac:structured-macro", and omit the "ac:schema-version" and "ac:macro-id")?
And, if it's safe to do so, can anyone (just for my own interest), explain what "structured-macro", "schema-version", and "macro-id" are for?
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