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Scaffolding

by ServiceRocket for Confluence Server 5.3 - 5.8.6 and more versions
Versions available for Confluence Server 2.3
Confluence Server 2.6.0
Confluence Server 2.7 - 2.7.3
Confluence Server 2.8.0 - 2.9.2
Confluence Server 2.10 - 5.3
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    Give structure to your Wiki. Create 'permanent templates' and editable forms in Confluence

    Beautiful In-Page Editor

    Live Templates

    Manipulate Data

    Designed to get your work done quickly and efficiently

    Use the live-template macro to easily create dynamic pages

    Store, edit and evaluate data in a structured way

    Pricing overview

    This add-on is sold by a third-party vendor.

    Let us know that you'd like to manage this add-on's billing on your Atlassian invoice.

    This add-on is not available for Cloud.

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    User reviews

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    by Tim Brigham on 2015-07-28
    This plugin has saved me a lot of work. The live templates and reporting functionality for summary pages is a god send.
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    by Kimberlyn Broskie on 2015-06-15
    I find the Scaffolding plugin very useful for Confluence. With the Scaffolding plugin, templates can be created and used to keep track of important data such as an organizations server inventory. When used in conjunction with the Reporting plugin, it can generate an organized table of a large amount of data in the time it takes you to enter a few keystrokes. Since it is dynamically created, there is no need to worry about updating a table every time another server is added or changed. Instead it just becomes a matter of editing the server’s page that was created using the Scaffolding plugin. This plugin saves a lot of time, and a lot of manual entry. It leaves more time to focus on other important tasks.
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    by Andrew Warner on 2015-06-05
    NatureServe is a non-profit organization that strives to provide a scientific basis for guiding conservation action. We work with a network of more than 80 organizations and over 1,000 conservation professionals to collect and analyze data about the at-risk and threatened plants, animals, and ecological communities of the Western Hemisphere. Together, we consolidate and disseminate information about more than 70,000 species and 7,000 ecosystems. We use Confluence and JIRA to manage the development of custom software projects that help support our conservation work and that of our partners. For years, we have relied upon many of the ServiceRocket plugins to fill gaps in Confluence's core functionality. We have found that the Scaffolding, Reporting, Linking, and Visibility plugins provide a powerful combination that expands the depth and usefulness of Confluence. They provide the glue to bring disparate information together and simplify things for team members that are new to Confluence. In turn, our team members are freed up to focus more on collaboration and less on the mechanics of how to work within Confluence.
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    by Jim Sloan on 2015-03-20
    We are a very happy non-profit organisation working at promoting the use of research evidence in health policy. We aim to be the bridge between researchers and health decision makers, giving each the tools to work more closely together to benefit all Australians. The program we use Scaffolding for is on our collaboration platform for our Secure Unified Research Environment (SURE). It is a remote-access computing environment that allows researchers to access and analyse linked health-related data files for approved studies in Australia. SURE has been developed by the Sax Institute as part of the Population Health Research Network (PHRN) initiative. SURE is Australia's first and only remote-access data research laboratory purpose-built for the analysis of linked, routinely collected data. We use Atlassian Confluence & JIRA to handle communication and collaboration within our research community. In our collaboration platform it is necessary to use multiple forms to collect relevant data data in a structured way, i.e. study details, amendment forms, team allocations, projects overviews etc. We do this with ServiceRockets Scaffolding plugin to manage our data forms and collection of data. This add-on is an important feature of our interaction with the research studies using our SURE platform.It is a most useful tools. We are very happy to recommend it to other users.
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    by Ken Garnett on 2015-03-17
    Southern Cross Care (NSW & ACT) is a non for profit organisation in the aged care sector. We are using Service Rocket to assist with workflow automation and mobile workforce enablement. The combination of ServiceRocket and Confluence provides us with a cost effective and easy to use foundation on to which we can layer these services.
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    More details

    The Scaffolding add-on is a powerful tool for Atlassian Confluence that allows creation of permanent templates and editable forms.

    Many macros are included which allow data to be entered into a form on a page. The data can then be manipulated, evaluated or compiled into reports.

    Scaffolding does this by enabling edits of specified sections on a page when viewed by a user with the proper edit permissions.

    Paid-via-vendor pricing FAQ

    What does 'paid-via-vendor' mean?

    Paid-via-vendor add-ons are licensed and purchased directly through the vendor who makes this add-on.

    Payment for paid-via-vendor add-ons is not handled by Atlassian.

    Will paid-via-vendor transactions be on my Atlassian invoice?

    Paid-via-vendor transactions are not managed by Atlassian. This means transactions for paid-via-vendor add-ons will not be on your Atlassian invoice.

    Support

    ServiceRocket supports Scaffolding. You can ask a support question via Atlassian Answers to get help.

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    Release notes

    Version 6.2.4 Confluence Server 5.3 - 5.8.6 Released 2015-07-30

    Summary

    Performance improvements and logging features added

    Details

    New in this release:

    • Fixed slow loading when a page contains a high number of macros.
    • Logging no longer requires developer mode.
    • Added page title and macro names while logging.

    Installation

    1. Log into your Confluence instance as an admin.
    2. Click the admin dropdown and choose Add-ons. The Manage add-ons screen loads.
    3. Click Find new add-ons from the left-hand side of the page.
    4. Locate Scaffolding via search. Results include add-on versions compatible with your Confluence instance.
    5. Click Install to download and install your add-on.
    6. You're all set! Click Close in the Installed and ready to go dialog.

    To find older Scaffolding versions compatible with your instance, you can look through our version history page.

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