I have JIRA OnDemand, and we are migrating to it from another issue management system. Our old system is behind our firewall, but has client confidential data in the form of attachements, so we would like the attachements to stay behind our firewall if possible. I see that JIRA's attachment directory can be modified, even within the OnDemand documentation here:
However, I logged in (I have JIRA Admin permission) and the dialog in my instance does not allow me to alter the directory. All I get is this:
Does anyone have any idea why this is happening? The permission thing would seem to clear it up, but I verified that I am a member of a group with the JIRA Admin privilege.
I'm not sure you will get anywhere with this. There's no reason for anyone to change the attachments directory on OnDemand - the attachments are going to live on Atlassian OnDemand servers and it's up to them where they place them.
You can't connect OnDemand to other storage systems - you won't be able to keep the attachments on your servers.
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