I don't have the option to upload an add-on

I wrote a Confluence plugin earlier today. When I test it locally using atlas-run, it works fine. So I packaged it, and now I want to upload it so that I can actually test it on my actual site. However, I don't have the option to upload one.

When I go to the "Manage add-ons" page, this is what I see: http://i.imgur.com/91ou4rq.png

Note the lack of any option to upload my own.

Would anybody happen to know what the problem is?

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You cannot upload addons in OnDemand. It's a restricted function, as Atlassian OnDemand can only support a range of approved addons.

You can upload "connect" plugins, but not the older "version 2" stuff, unless it's on the list of things they can support.

Wow. Okay, thanks for the heads up!

So how would I go about testing my add-on?

Edit: Nevermind! I was able to test it via a different local project. For some reason I was getting an error before, but it's gone now. Thanks for the help!

Run it in a Downloaded version of Confluence. The plugin development kit allows you to spin up test systems quite quickly, so start there.

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