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    Fetch data from external SQL databases or REST APIs and display the results on Confluence pages

    Fetch data from external SQL databases or REST APIs and display the results on Confluence pages

    Run predefined queries to external datasources

    Full control for (only) your administrators

    Visualize data for best expressiveness

    Display data from arbitrary SQL databases or REST APIs by simply embedding the PocketQuery macro in any Confluence page. Have all relevant information available in one place!

    Enforce security by controlling who can access the administration interface. Only those users can create new queries and format/style the result using the full power of Velocity templates.

    PocketQuery provides an API for charts. In next to no time you'll have data from your external datasource visualized with different types of charts in your Confluence page.

    More details

    PocketQuery makes it possible to fetch data from external SQL databases or REST APIs and visualize the results in Confluence pages.

    Key features:

    • Fetch data from SQL databases or REST APIs you have access to
    • Maintain security by controlling access
    • Show results in pages with a simple macro
    • Templating mechanism and charts API for custom visualization
    • Add results to the Confluence Search Index
    • Cache results to minimize traffic to your datasource
    • Change parameters dynamically with forms or URL parameters

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    by Brian Bump on 2017-01-26
    My team is a huge fan of PocketQuery! I personally have used it to automate a lot of ad-hoc reports and give our customers access to data they never would have been able to get using a traditional reporting service like Cognos, SSRS, etc. In fact, many of our customers prefer using the reports I have created using pocketquery because they load faster and offer greater visibility to their teams. In addition to general reports, I have created full fledged system monitoring dashboards utilizing graphs and maps; this is a huge cost savings over purchasing some software that does it. Plus, it is fun to see my work and analysis get seen by everyone else in the company.
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    by c3 on 2017-01-02
    Very nice plugin ! It is possible that you publish your sources on GitHub? We would like to do some customization for our usecases and it is currently hard to do that. Or may it be possible to split up database and query configuration? We would like that only system administrators are able to see database configurations since we consider those as security related and thus they should only by managed by system administrators according to the confluence group documentation [1]. It would also be very nice if the previously added database passwords wouldn't show up in the HTML text. [1] https://confluence.atlassian.com/doc/global-permissions-overview-138709.html
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    Scandio GmbH

    Hi! Thank you for your review. Could you please write your request to atlassian[at]scandio[dot]de? We'd be glad to communicate about it by mail.

    by Alex Anh on 2016-07-19
    I love this plugin, and wish that they will consider the WRITE (Insert / update) function instead of SELECT only. Tks the developers.
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    Scandio GmbH

    Thanks for your review. We explicitly don't want to support manipulating statements with PocketQuery. This is a matter of security. PocketQuery is designed to be a read-only tool.

    by Cuto Calleja on 2016-05-25
    I've been spending some time in challenging its possibilities for dashboarding with confluence using a "real time Oracle database". It's quite 'simple' to use despite that to go for 'advanced features', it is required to have "some" advanced technical knowledge in templating offering the possibility to do everything with data and in presenting results using Google Charts. One of the nice possibilities I have explored is to incorporate in the page "dynamic filtering" in order to have the possibility to obtain advanced statistics for many graphical reports at the same time. At this time I feel confortable to produce very nice dashboards on the screen and I try to move on in exploring its possibilities to cover the 100% of my needs to produce reports. Support provided by Scandio/Felix is excellent considering that we are talking about a free addon. Felix has been very patient in providing me many solutions to the issues I've found during my tests. Thanks again, Felix! ;) There are 2 main things that, if improved, will make this addon perfect for our needs: - The pocketquery administration. Given that its administration is in the main console of Confluence if produces some issues regarding the administration rights. It could be better to offer the possibility to provide administration features at the level of page/macro at least for query management and template management. In adition to that, the administration could be better managed by "subjects" given that when many queries and templates are incorporated it becomes difficult to have everything under control despite using "descriptive" names for them. - Offer the possibility to print out. Information at the screen is nice and it is already a lot... but I need also to provide reports on "paper" or to have the possibility to export it into pdf or doc documents, what, up to my knowledge is not at this moment "easily" feasible using Google Charts given that the on the spot exports features of Confluence are not working properly for this macro. As a conclusion, I would like to congratulate for the addon and I am looking forward to see its future evolutions!! Regards
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    Scandio GmbH

    Hi Cuto! Thank you very much for this great detailed review and thank you also for the feature requests! Highly appreciated! Felix

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    Versions

    Version 3.0.0 Confluence Server 5.8.2 - 6.0.5 Released 2017-01-27

    Summary

    New major PocketQuery release with extensive new features

    Details

    Major new features:

    • REST APIs as new type of datasources
    • New converter entity for transformation of results
    • Administration redesign
    • Confluence data center compatibility
    • Minor improvements and bugfixes

    See: https://www.scandio.de/blog/de/2017/01/please-welcome-pocketquery-3-0-for-confluence

    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 add-ons from the left-hand side of the page.
    4. Locate PocketQuery for Confluence via search. The appropriate add-on version appears in the search results.
    5. Click Try free to begin a new trial or Buy now to purchase a license for PocketQuery for Confluence. You're prompted to log into MyAtlassian. PocketQuery for Confluence 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 PocketQuery for Confluence versions compatible with your instance, you can look through our version history page.

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