How to enable atlassian server add-on as a cloud add-on by using Bundled add-ons structure Edited

We have a jira server add-on , now we need to enable that add-on as a cloud add-on.  Can we do this by writing the server add-on as a Bundled add-on. 

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A server add-on is a totally different thing to a Cloud Connect add-on.  You might be able to reuse some code or logic, but the frameworks are totally different.  A Server add-on runs inside JIRA, a Connect add-on is a web-application.

Ok. But Bundled add-ons ( System Plugins ) works inside both server and cloud. So if we develop server add-on based on Bundled add-on project structure, Is there any possibility to do this convertion without using  Connect framework. 


The system add-ons are all "type 1" or "type 2" plugins.  The "system" flag is set to indicate that the add-on is part of the core product and should generally not be disabled.

You cannot deploy that type of add-on on Cloud.  The only add-ons you can deploy on Cloud are the approved list Atlassian exposes in your my.atlassian account.. (which they are working on shrinking, not expanding) and Connect add-ons.

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