Currently I have an OnDemand instance on JIRA and Confluence. However for various reasons, we want to move our confluence instance to a download version and run it internally but keep JIRA on demand. Is there a way to link the two? I would like to from JIRA be able to search confluence pages to link them to an issue. Or at the very least keep my on demand version of confluence but certain spaces we could sync and merge back and forth.
This is explained in the Atlassian documentation here: https://confluence.atlassian.com/jiracloud/linking-to-server-applications-from-your-cloud-instance-744720956.html#notfound
If your business uses Atlassian server applications (for example, FishEye Server) in conjunction with a cloud instance, you can create two-way links between cloud applications and your server applications. These application links will allow you to take advantage of features like viewing Fisheye changesets or Bamboo build information in your JIRA Cloud application.
Your cloud instance cannot manage the users for server applications. You must use the application's built-in user-management or a local Crowd Instance.
To set up application links between cloud and server applications you must have administrator permissions on both the cloud application and the server application.
In addition, make sure you meet the following requirements.
If you want to create a project link (for example, a link between a project in JIRA Cloud and a FishEye Server repository), follow the instructions for Adding an Entity Link. Project (or entity) links are automatically two-way links; you don't need to create a link from your server application to the project in the cloud.
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