In our company we have a 10 users JIRA license working in connection with a 10 users confluence license. Until now we have both applications connected, which allows users to use both of them with the same login.
we want to upgrade our JIRA to a 100 users license and keep confluence running with only 10 users.
I installed JIRA and Confluence on a new server now, to prepare the migration, but when I import confluence xml data, I still have confluence users belonging to jira-users groups.
how can I separate both applications?
thank you in advance
Thank you Roman for your answer.
I reconfigured my user directories, so I deleted the Remote JIRA Directory, which deleted all the users who belonged to this directory, and when I created a new user in the Confluence Internal Directory, he has no rights for anything on confluence, even though he belongs to the group confluence-users and this group has all the rights applied.
my questio is, is there a way to keep the users who belonged to Remote JIRA Directory and assign them simply to Confluence Internal Directory before I delete the Remote JIRA Directory?
If you still need to separate JIRA from Confluence you should reconfigure your user directories settings for Confluence to use the internal directory.
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