Get information about a specific comment.
Table Specific Information
The connector will use the Confluence API to process WHERE clause conditions built with the following column and operator. The rest of the filter is executed client side within the connector. You can also search for Attachments using CQL (Confluence Query Language).
- Id supports the '=,!=,IN,NOT IN' comparisons.
- Type supports the '=,!=,IN,NOT IN' comparisons.
- Title supports the '=,!=,LIKE,NOT LIKE,IN,NOT IN' comparisons.
- SpaceKey supports the '=,!=,IN,NOT IN' comparisons.
- SpaceType supports the '=,!=,IN,NOT IN' comparisons.
- CreatedByUserName supports the '=,!=,IN,NOT IN' comparisons.
- CreatedDate supports the '=,!=,>,>=,<,<=' comparisons.
- LastUpdatedDatetime supports the '=,!=,>,>=,<,<=' comparisons.
For example, the following queries are processed server side:
SELECT * FROM Comments WHERE Id = '1234' SELECT * FROM Comments WHERE Id IN ('1234','2345') SELECT * FROM Comments WHERE Id = '294922' OR Type = 'comment' SELECT * FROM Comments WHERE CreatedDate <= '2019/03/29 15:00' AND Id IN ('1234','2345')
Additionally Id, Type, Title, CreatedDate, CreatedByUserName, AND LastUpdatedDatetime columns can be used in the ORDER BY clause, as following:
SELECT * FROM Comments ORDER BY Id DESC SELECT * FROM Comments ORDER BY CreatedByUserName ASC
Note: Filtering with CQL has the highest priority and all the other filters except "Excerpt" will be ignored when CQL filter is present in the query.
SELECT * FROM Comments WHERE CQL = 'creator = currentUser() AND content = "1234" or space.type = "global"'
|Id [KEY]||String||=,!=,IN,NOT IN||Id of the comment.|
|Type||String||=,!=,IN,NOT IN||Type of the content.|
|Title||String||=,!=,LIKE,NOT LIKE,IN,NOT IN||Title of the comment.|
|Status||String||Status of the comment.|
|=,!=,IN,NOT IN||The key of the space that the comment belongs to.|
|=,!=,IN,NOT IN||The type of the space that the comment belongs to.|
|Position||String||Position of the comment.|
|URL||String||URL of the comment.|
|Excerpt||String||Excerpt of the comment.|
|IsLatest||Boolean||Indicator if this is the latest version of the comment.|
|CreatedByUserName||String||=,!=,IN,NOT IN||Username of the user who created the comment.|
|CreatedByUserType||String||Type of the user who created the comment.|
|CreatedDate||Datetime||=,!=,>,>=,<,<=||Datetime for the creation of the comment.|
|LastUpdatedDatetime||Datetime||=,!=,>,>=,<,<=||Datetime of the last updated version of the comment.|
|LastUpdatedMessage||String||Message of the last updated version.|
|LastUpdatedNumber||Integer||Number of the last updated version.|
|LastUpdatedUserName||String||Username of the user who updated the latest version.|
|LastUpdatedUserType||String||Type of the user who updated the latest version.|
|LastUpdatedIsMinorEdit||Boolean||Indicator if this version is a minor edit.|
|LastUpdatedIsHidden||Boolean||Indicator if the last updated version is hidden or not.|
|PreviousVersionUserName||String||Username of the user who updated the previous version.|
|PreviousVersionUserType||String||Type of the user who updated the previous version.|
|PreviousVersionDatetime||Datetime||Datetime when the previous version was edited.|
|PreviousVersionMessage||String||Message for the previously edited version.|
|PreviousVersionNumber||String||Number of the previously edited version.|
|PreviousVersionIsMinorEdit||Boolean||Indicator if the previous version was a minor edit.|
|PreviousVersionIsHidden||Boolean||Indicator if the previous version was hidden or not.|
Pseudo column fields are used in the WHERE clause of SELECT statements and offer a more granular control over the tuples that are returned from the data source.
|CQL||String||CQL (Confluence Query Language) allows you to build structured queries.|