CSV is not a formal standard, but the best reference is The Comma Separated Value (CSV) File Format. The support in this macro comes close to following this pseudo-standard. This macro supports Common table capabilities.
To enable using HTML content with CSV data, you must enable the Stop encoding of html characters parameter. In such a case, it is recommended to contact your administrator to use Macro Security for Confluence with this app to provide an additional layer of security to your data and privacy. Refer to this documentation to for more information on the Macro Security for Confluence app.
From app version 8.2 onwards, if the Stop encoding of html characters parameter is enabled, use of Macro Security for Confluence is no longer needed as the macro itself provides additional security to your data.
- Chart Macro - the CSV Macro can be used to create data for a chart
- Beanshell Macromacro - can be used to generate CSV macro and data as output from Java code (use output=wiki)
- Groovy Macromacro - can be used to generate CSV macro and data as output from Groovy code (use output=wiki)
- Jython Macromacro - can be used to generate CSV macro and data as output from Jython code (use output=wiki)