We are using the Cache plugin developed by Bob Swift (https://bobswift.atlassian.net/wiki/display/CACHE/Cache+Plugin+for+Confluence) with the Include page macro so that search indexes the included content within the page where it is used. This works fine.
Recently we started looking at Includeplus macro to take advantage of the additional reuse functionality that it offers when combined with Scroll versions (information about the included page, information about the pages where a page is included).
I tested it with the Cache macro and all is well (I wrap the Includeplus macro with the Cache macro). However when I go the included page and display the "Include information" tab, it does not list the target page where this page is included.
I realize that the functionality is correct because the inclusions are resolved when the Cache macro is triggered and so the information about the inclusion is lost. Plus we are combining two different products that may not necessarily be compatible with each other. However, I wanted to ask whether you can see any solution or workaround to this or even possibly something that may be added to Scroll version to help supporting such integrations.
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