There are some feature discrepancies between PocketQuery for Confluence Cloud & Data Center. While the basic functionality remains the same across both versions, there are some differences when it comes to more advanced functionality. We are working on creating feature parity between the two. Please let us know if one of the features is urgent for you so you can help us prioritize them better.
Query Parameters (e.g.:
Query Wildcards (e.g.:
Wildcards starting with
Custom REST Datasources
Basic REST Datasources
OAuth REST Datasources
Application Link Datasources
⚠ This feature is not possible to implement in the Cloud.
Custom JDBC Drivers
⚠ This feature is technically impossible in the Cloud. You can only use JDBC Drivers / Datasource Types that we have implemented. However, we are always adding new JDBC drivers / Datasource Types to our list. If you think there’s one missing, please let us know. Currently available JDBC Datasources:
+ More helpers than on DC and
⚠ Partially available.
Custom Template Charting API
Custom Template Velocity Version
Version 2.x (more features)
Custom Template Errors in Debug Mode
Custom Converter Syntax
EcmaScript Version 5
EcmaScript Version 2020 (more features)
Custom Converter Errors in Debug Mode
Custom Converter API
Render any Query result with the Default Template
On DC, Query results must always be in a table layout. This often requires the use of a Converter.
Add Query results to the Confluence search index
Not possible. Confluence Cloud is missing APIs needed to implement a feature like this.
PocketQuery Macro Debug Mode
(+ more information than on Server)
PocketQuery Macro “Change Params Template”
PocketQuery Macro “Allow URL parameters”
Technically not possible on the Cloud platform.
Restricting Queries to spaces
Require dedicated spaces for queries
Custom PocketQuery Administrators & Editors Group
Import / Export of Entities
(Support of Server->Server)
(Support of DC->Cloud & Cloud->Cloud)
PDF / Word Export
Accept XML results from REST Datasources
Testing queries from within PocketQuery Administration
Queries currently need to be tested by adding the PocketQuery macro to a Confluence page