JIRA Cloud supports only full system import and does not support single project import.
So in short what you need to do is:
There are more things to consider like (but not limitted to)
What Boris said.
One other thing is that during this process, you don't want users coming in to the Cloud system and changing data, because they will lose edits after you import back at step 5.
If you have a small team, maybe you can just communicate this, but with a bigger team I would do something else ... eg Lock down all the project permissions to give no-one any editing permission (read-only) or even give them no permission at all.
Our client has JIRA + JIRA Agile and Zephyr for JIRA – test management for JIRA (Server) 100 users, and their licenses expired two years ago.
They want to migrate from their server to the cloud solution and before they can do that they need to upgrade to the latest version of Jira Software first, before they can migrate to the cloud solution.
I’m wondering how this impacts the Zephyr for JIRA add-on? Do they need to upgrade the add-on first before migration or?
If you spend enough time as a Jira admin - whether you are managing a single, mid-sized instance, a large enterprise one or juggling multiple instances at once - you will eventually find yourself in ...
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