Advanced Tables for Confluence version 8.3.0 bundles withTable Library for Bob Swift Appsversion 4.6.0. Ensure thatTable Library for Bob Swift Appsis also installed and/or updated with this release. Refer to theAdministrator guideinTable Libraryto know more.
Introduction to the new JQL table macro
A new macro, JQL Table, is now available in the Advanced Tables for Confluence app. This macro is similar to the native Jira Issues macro, but provides all the advantages thatAdvanced Tables for Confluenceoffers to users.
Create application links to Jira instances to start using this macro on your pages. Use of application links works as a direct link to the required Jira issues. Other available functions are:
Provide JQL to perform basic as well as advanced searches on the specified Jira instance
Choose the Jira issue fields to be displayed or use the default set of fields
Display Jira issues fields along with images
Download or export the Jira issues
Apply filters to view just the relevant information
This parameter is not applicable for theAttachment Tablemacro.
Apply filters to table data
Enable the Display data filter parameter under Table settings > Advanced settingsin a macro editor. This displays a drop-down list with unique column values under each column heading. By default, the None option is selected.
Select filter values in multiple columns to see a more specific row. As filters are applied on other columns, the display of information differs. Select None for all columns to show the entire table data.
In the app version 8.1.0, enabling this option displayed a filter panel above the table and the search text box accepted regular expressions. From version 8.3.0, only column filters are available with tables.