Using Comala Publishing and Multiexcerpt: break link between ME-Include and ME after a page copy
we have a problem with Multiexcerpt in combination with Comala Publishing.
We have about 1000 application documentations that we maintain in Confluence. Maintenance takes place in a work area. If changes have been made in the work area, they are transferred to a public area using Comala Publishing. The content of the public area is fixed until the next publication with Comala Publishing.
If we transfer a page from a workspace to a publicspace containing a Multiexcerpt include via Comala Publishing, the content of the Multiexcerpt is not transferred here but the Macro Multiexcerpt include. As a result, the content in the public area is also changed if the associated Multiexcerpt is changed. However, this may not have happened due to legal requirements.
Is it possible to adapt Multiexcerpt in such a way that the macro is not transferred during publication but the content of the macro.
I also asked Comala, but they referred me to Artemis.
Need a mechanism to break the link between a MultiExcerpt Include and its original MultiExcerpt during a page copy. After the copy they want the page to have the rendered content without any relationshop to the original content excerpt.