# Recently Updated Macro does not display more than 200 Entries

#### Still need help?

The Atlassian Community is here for you.

## Cause

Since Confluence 3.x, this maximum value has a hard coded limit of 200 results, for performance reasons. There is an improvement request to let admins change this value at  CONF-19096 - Getting issue details... STATUS

## Resolution

The workaround to this issue involves a source code modification:

1. Check the version you need relative to your version of Confluence. Find the confluence-advanced-macros JAR file in the <confluence-home>/bundled-plugins directory.
2. The file can be checked out from the subversion repository.
3. To checkout the code to make the modification, (assumes you have svn installed) run:

svn co https://studio.plugins.atlassian.com/svn/ADVMACROS/tags/confluence-advanced-macros-1.6.8

4. Once you've checked out the code, the file to modify is /src/main/java/com/atlassian/confluence/plugins/macros/advanced/recentupdate/pagination/PaginationParameters.java.
Then edit the value in this line, as per your requirement:

int MAX_PAGE_SIZE = 200;


Refer to Setting up your Plugin Development Environment guidelines to help you install maven and re-package the jar after editing.

5. Then package the jar with "mvn package" command. Example:

cd confluence-advanced-macros-1.6.8
mvn package


This will create the confluence-advanced-macros-1.6.8.jar file in your confluence-advanced-macros-1.6.8/target directory.

6. Remove your <Confluence-Home-Directory>/bundled-plugins folder
7. Unzip <Confluence-Installation-Directory>/confluence/web-inf/classes/com/atlassian/confluence/setup/atlassian-bundled-plugins.zip
8. Copy the edited jar into the extracted folder, overwriting the previous jar from the archive.
9. Rezip the folder.
10. Restart the application.

Please note that the above customization will need to be reapplied with every upgrade of this plugin or Confluence (if bundled with a more recent plugin version).