I want to test out Jira with my confluence on demand install. I wasn't sure if when doing this, I would need to setup a separate installation for jira, or if the accounts could be integrated.
With OnDemand, your instance is normally based around a JIRA instance, which allows you to add and remove apps on the fly. If you have a "Confluence only" setup, it is going to be quite different. I would recommend getting a free trial of JIRA OnDemand by itself and testing it out. If you like JIRA, you can enter in a support request and we can copy your Confluence OnDemand instance into your JIRA OnDemand instance and you will be all set. We are working to fix this issue, but, for now, that is how it is. (going forward, if youu have JIRA and wanted to add Confluence or anything else, all you have to do is go to https://my.atlassian.com , select it, and it is installed +/- five minutes later). The process will not be much of an issue on your side.
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