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Playground and DEMO space

This is a playground and demo space for ConfiForms and ConfiDoc addons developed and supported by Vertuna LLC

Most pages provide a storage format for the demo, so you can use the free add-on from Atlassian Confluence Source Editor to import this configuration into your Confluence and see it in action

To import examples from the storage format on Confluence Cloud please see this page

Please note, all the examples here are provided without any obligation and may or may not be incomplete or may have bugs, and we provide NO SUPPORT for these examples and demos.

In this demo we will show how to embed the Excel file into the custom view (ConfiForms PlainView macro)

This works for Confluence up to 5.9.x. In order to make this work for later versions of Confluence the part with HTML and PlainView macro should be moved to a user macro. See below for details

Showing standard in TableView

My text field

The file

demo file

Using Plain View

demo file

Using PlainView and HTML macro to render the table

demo file

My text fieldMy file


For Confluence versions later than 5.9.x we suggest to have the configuration in a UserMacro, as mixing the HTML macros and PlainView like in the demo will not output a good results, as Confluence strips off the tags which it finds invalid (like a "TR" without a corresponding "TABLE" around and so on)

We suggest to have a user macro like this:

<table class="confluenceTable">
<tr class="confluenceTr"><th class="confluenceTh">My text field</th><th class="confluenceTh">My file</th></tr>
<tr class="confluenceTr">
<td class="confluenceTd"><p>[entry.sometextfld]</p></td>
<td class="confluenceTd"><p>
  <ac:structured-macro ac:macro-id="a088e4c2-51c4-47bc-9c33-6f887947f9ac" ac:name="view-file" ac:schema-version="1">
    <ac:parameter ac:name="name">
      <ri:attachment ri:filename="[entry.zefile]"/>
    <ac:parameter ac:name="height">250</ac:parameter>