In Confluence, if the user restricts a page for groups with an uppercase letter, members of the group will not be able to find the page in macros like page tree macros and child macros.
- As a site-admin of the application, make sure to create a new group that will be using uppercase letters through https://site.atlassian.net/admin. For example, "testiNG".
- With the created group (and also, the Application Access granted for the same, if needed), make sure to add specific users to the same.
- Add group restriction to a page with above group
- Add a page tree macro to display the above page mentioned in 3
- Ask one of the group member to access the above page with the macro on it
The person from the group should be able to view/edit the macro with that restricted page
The person from the group can't see the restricted page in the macro:
The query used to validate permission doesn't take into account the uppercase/lowercase of group names. Functionality wise it should be case insensitive.
Add the user in restriction individually, or add user to lowercase groups