How to update JIRA links in Confluence following migration from OnDemand

I recently migrated JIRA and Confluence from OnDemand to self-hosted. The new instances are running with Crowd and application links are configured on both JIRA and Confluence. The problem is that JIRA links in Confluence pages that existed before the migration are not connected to the new JIRA instance. New JIRA links work as expected. Is there a procedure available to update all existing JIRA links in Confluence to use the new application link? Version is 5.3-OD-15

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John - did you ever get an answer on this?

I issued a sql statement to replace all occurrences of the old URL with the new one on the bodycontent table.  At least I think that was the one.  It is not hard to figure out once you start looking at the schema.  My sql statement looked something like this:

update bodycontent set content=replace(content, "https://xxx.jira.com", "https://myjirahost.xxx.com");

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