How to install plugin in OnDemand


The manual states that the OnDemand environment does not allow to install plugins on your own. Now I can understand that.

Is there a way to get a plugin installed on this environment anyway? I do not need to do it myself, but I just need someone to do this.

To be specific, I am interested in getting the "copy space" plugin for confluence.

Thanks in advance!



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Hi Emile, judging by the reply from Atlassian to a similar question - - it looks like there is a complete lockdown on plugins at the moment and the only plugins that are available are those documented at It might be worth contacting to get the copy space plugin on their radar for OnDemand, but there are no guarantees that they will install it. Not what you wanted to hear, but I hope this is of some help. Andrew

Hey Andrew,

Thanks for the hint! I will try that immediately!



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