How can set project key with combination of "Characters and Numbers"

Hi,

In my company they handling more than 500 projects for particular customer, so i need to set Project Key like Cu0001 to Cu0500. But JIRA saying only use upper cases.

How can i achieve this goal in "On demand JIRA"

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You can't

Jira project keys are kept as upper case, but are case insensitive. Any attempt to use cu, Cu, cU or CU will land you on CU no matter what.

The numbers can be done - see https://confluence.atlassian.com/display/JIRACOM/Configuring+Project+Keys

I'd strongly recommend staying with the basic guidelines though - the first character should be a letter, the rest letters or numbers, and no more than 10 characters.

Edit - Bother! I've just noticed you mentioned "OnDemand". Everything I just said is right, but I don't think you can change the project key string on OnDemand, so you are stuck with letters.

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