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    by George Ivanovfor Confluence Server 5.6.3 - 7.12.0
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    Transform, rotate, filter tbl, execute SQL. Convert result to CSV, JIRA tbl, JSON, list. Create tbl from JIRA tbl, CSV, JSON, URL

    Transform, rotate, filter tbl, execute SQL. Convert result to CSV, JIRA tbl, JSON, list. Create tbl from JIRA tbl, CSV, JSON, URL

    Transform, rotate, filter tbl, execute SQL. Convert result to CSV, JIRA tbl, JSON, list. Create tbl from JIRA tbl, CSV, JSON, URL

    Creates and Compares Tables from CSV/JSON Files

    Converts Results into Table, CSV or JSON format

    Enriches HTML Tables with Dynamic Analytics

    Creates tables from versions of an attached CSV/JSON file (or from a remote CSV/JSON). Allows analyzing differences between multiple tables and provide the results as a new table or tables (or other supported formats)

    By default the results are presented as Table, however, if needed, any result can be converted to CSV or JSON format (which is controlled by the macro settings).

    Input table can be data from "JIRA Issues/Filter" macro.

    Extend your tables with data analysis, highlighting, additional dynamically calculated data

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    SQL-Powered Table Transformer - a tool to transform/convert/analyze Confluence tables using SQL.

    Use full power of SQL

    • No need to have or setup a DB (macro seamlessly uses own temp in-memory DB)
    • Original tables are not changed in any way (all the results you get are generated dynamically)
    • No limit for the number of tables to be analyzed together
    • No limit for table size, number of columns, rows or cells content
    • Full power of SQL grammar as supported by H2 (see H2 SQL Grammar)
    • Full power of H2 DB Engine (see the list of H2 Built-in Functions)
    • Custom Java-based SQL functions

    You can:

    • filter
    • transform
    • add/hide/rename columns
    • replace/translate cell patterns
    • do cell math
    • do table/cross-table analysis
    • split/merge
    • find tables intersections
    • sort
    • create tables from attached or remote CSV/JSON
    • output result as Table, CSV, JIRA table, JSON
    • link tables from remote DB
    • and more

    See SQL Table Transformer Macro Home Page for User Guide, examples, howtos

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    by Ksenia Kuliagina on 2020-09-29
    This plug-in turns your simple Confluence table into a database and even more. In my practice of a systems analyst, I often have to prepare a variety of documents focusing on different aspects of same information, such as high-level overviews, or detailed specifications for client and BE development teams, or external documentation providing details on what is exposed by the system for 3rd party applications. It usually requires displaying of same data on multiple Confluence pages in a slightly different forms for several teams and tasks, or to show just a subset of data. So, I used to copy and edit those data manually in all my documents. But fortunately, this plug-in solved my problem! With simple Confluence tables or CSV attachments as a data source, I have created multiple views for various purposes using basic SQL capabilities, such as filtering and joining. The plug-in allows you to re-use a single data source across multiple Confluence pages. Modifying data source automatically updates data on all derived pages, no more “copy-and-paste”. You can filter your data, select columns you only want on a certain page, or even use SQL aggregation, string, logical functions, and many others. I have not found any limitations of supported SQL syntax. In addition, the plug-in provides a number of features to improve visual presentation of the data. You can choose output format (table, csv, json, ...) or transpose your table. And my favorite is auto-merging of cells within rows or columns, which creates nice looking tables convenient for analysis. Merged cells in the data source are also supported and treated as they have the same value. Using this plug-in, I was able to organize automatically updated and synchronized documentation for several teams to save time that would be spent for manual updates and to reduce the risk of error.
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    Ksenia, thank you for the detailed feedback

    by Peter Glebovsky on 2018-09-19
    I have tried this plugin on our corporate Confluence and have found that it solves the fundamental problem with exporting tables from Confluence to Calc or Excel using CSV. Also, this plugin gives a lot of new capabilities to create dashboards directly in the Confluence.
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    Versions

    Version 1.0.40 Confluence Server 5.6.3 - 7.12.0 Released 2021-04-12

    Summary

    New features and bug fixing

    Details

    - user macro "Split Table into Several" added

    - option "Documentation" added to "Bring Results As" param. New params under this option:

    - "Result Format Options" param with 2 options:

    - by default - display each row as the doc section

    - "Tables from Rows" - display each row of the output table as separate table.

    - "Column Index to Use as Header" - title the sections using this column value

    - "Keep Header Column Within Section" - keep the header column within the section

    - "Display Column Name Within Header" - display the column name within header too

    - "Insert Page Breaks" - used to print 1 table per page

    - "Wrap Result with Table" - additionally wrap the result with table

    - "Allow Inner Tables Selection" - allow/disallow inner tables selection

    - "Output Layout" - aligns results to right/left if needed

    New per SQL-query configuration options added:

    - "result_format_option"

    - "column_index_to_be_used_as_header"

    - "keep_header_column_within_section"

    - "display_column_name_within_header"

    Installation

    1. Log into your Confluence instance as an admin.
    2. Click the admin dropdown and choose Atlassian Marketplace. The Manage add-ons screen loads.
    3. Click Find new apps or Find new add-ons from the left-hand side of the page.
    4. Locate SQL-Powered Table Transformer via search. The appropriate app version appears in the search results.
    5. Click Try free to begin a new trial or Buy now to purchase a license for SQL-Powered Table Transformer. You're prompted to log into MyAtlassian. SQL-Powered Table Transformer begins to download.
    6. Enter your information and click Generate license when redirected to MyAtlassian.
    7. Click Apply license. If you're using an older version of UPM, you can copy and paste the license into your Confluence instance.

    To find older SQL-Powered Table Transformer versions compatible with your instance, you can look through our version history page.

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