Archiving Plugin for Confluence on Demand (web hosted)

Hi all,

I'm new to Confluence, so sorry for the stupid question. I am trialling Confluence on-demand (web hosted) and desperately want to take advantage of the "Archiving Plugin for Confluence " feature (page expiry functionality). I have attempted to purchase the add-on and have been stopped by the fact that this option only looks to be for the internally hosted instance of Confluence only. Is there any way I can achieve this functionality without this plug in (with my on-demand instance?). Or is there another way I can upgrade my account or something to make this possible?

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Hi to anyone reading this conversation. I have contacted the creators of the Archiving plug in as seen below - they are discussing the development of an "on-demand" compatible plug-in. But they need our help to 'vote' for this development work. Please vote for the functionality here:

https://midori.zendesk.com/entries/42610107-CARCH-Archiving-Plugin-for-Confluence-On-Demand

Here's the original email from Midori:

From: Szilvia Berta [Midori] [mailto:info@midori.hu]
Sent: Tuesday, 4 March 2014 7:53 PM
Subject: Re: Archiving plug in for Confluence (On Demand)

Hi Scott,

Thanks for your mail!

At the moment, we are just internally discussing an On Demand version of the plugin, but not actively developing that.

Nevertheless, now we created a feature request in our public tracker here:

https://midori.zendesk.com/entries/42610107-CARCH-Archiving-Plugin-for-Confluence-On-Demand

Please make sure that you vote for this. I'm quite sure that there will be others looking for it, voting for it, and if that happens, we will definitely implement it.

Szilvia Berta

Customer Success Consultant, Midori.

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As you can see, the Midori Archiving Plugin for Confluence doesn't currently support Confluence OnDemand.

(see screenshot for how to tell -> https://www.evernote.com/shard/s4/sh/70797db9-6563-4ffd-9864-922b63130cdc/ae1b36925ec24cf7a77f4c7cb32d3759/deep/0/Screenshot%202/26/14,%205:43%20PM.jpg)

There doesn't seem to be an OnDemand compatible add-on for archiving in the marketplace yet so I'd say your best bet is to contact the maker of the archiving plugin to see if they're working on an OnDemand compatible version.

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Thanks, I have sent an email to Midori Global Consulting Kft. asking them if we can expect an on-demand compatible version.

Thanks for your response.

Scott

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Do we have a plugin for OnDemand instance now? anyone has any clue

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