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Can Tempo Timesheets Cloud work with JSW server / Date-Centre

chris peddie
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Mar 31, 2023

Scenario summary: An On-Premise JSW server environment has an immediate need to add Time-sheets. Knowing the server is ear marked for migration, a cloud product/service to solve this new feature request is preferred over adding more server software & resources to the on-premise host. Duplicating project work, adding moving parts and complexity to the migration inventory, as well as potential feature differences.

Can Tempo Timesheets Cloud work with JSW server ? 

Future proofing this feature add-on in the cloud ahead of the JSW server instance migrating.


Let us know ?


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Mar 31, 2023

Hi @chris peddie

Just to clarify, you want to connect JSW server with Tempo Timesheets Cloud. Is that correct? 

I’m not aware of this being a valid connection. My assumption would be that you would need a Jira Cloud instance to access Tempo Timesheets Cloud. 

As you mentioned, you could use tempo timesheets on server though that brings with it issues with end of life support, and compatibility:

I would recommend moving to Tempo Timsheets Cloud AFTER your Atlassian migration is complete. 

hope this helps,


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