This is on a newly initialized confluence site, to try to get a clean test for the functionality..
I added the PlaySQL Spreadsheets plugin, created a spreadsheet, and then a query for that spreadsheet.
To the query, I added a User Parameter, expecting the user parameter dialog from the query creation page to appear so that my user can enter their value. Instead, the dialog doesn't appear, and the playsql query widget is missing the red upper left cell, and otherwise looks strange.
This second screenshot is the same query with a default value put into the User Parameter widget. But still no place for the user to add their value.
Is this a known bug? or am I doing something wrong? Is there a version I can roll back to that works properly?
Using the Query macro, user parameters can only be set in the macro parameters (...)
Play SQL Spreadsheets 2.8 is out! It includes the ability to display a form above the query with user parameters. Thank you for your suggestion!
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Adrien, as soon as we upgraded to Confluence 5.6.3, we started having this same issue. We are used to having User Parameters integrated in many of our queries (and editable in the macro editor). Now, however, there is no field in the macro editor that allows me to change the user parameter.
Correct, that's a problem. I'll start working on this today and I will deliver the fix within the week. Sorry for the inconvenience. NB: Since many users request to change parameters when one views the page, the next major version will display a form above the query so users can change parameters. Is it good news for you?
Thank you! And Yes, that is good news about the form above the query ... as long as we have the ability to remove the form (and just edit the User Parameter within the macro, as we have been up to now), as there would be times I wouldn't want the User Parameter to be so visible to most of our users.
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