What is the best way to transfer some JIRA issues from one instance to another one?

Hi,

I managing two JIRA separated instances and I would like to know what is the easiest way to import some issues from instance A to instance B?

Should it be done using the JIRA WIZARD import?

Thanks,

Raphael

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I think I got the answer regarding CLI: Not for OnDemand...

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Andrei [errno] Community Champion Feb 26, 2013

you might want to look into JIRA CLI:
- https://bobswift.atlassian.net/wiki/display/JCLI/Documentation

this will take care of version inconsistencies, will let you migrate only the content you care about = everything what a good scripted approach can do

Is this also relevant for the On-demand solution?

I just checked the marketpalce and I found out that CLI is not for Ondemand.

Andrei [errno] Community Champion Feb 26, 2013

https://bobswift.atlassian.net/wiki/display/JCLI/JIRA+Command+Line+Interface - "use with OnDemand" => this runs externally, could be on a remote workstation

Yes, the CLIs work against OnDemand.

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