Confluence WIKI import problem

We are migrating from the hosted solution to the on-demand solution.

I First attempted to import Jira and was told I needed to upgrade first.

So I upgraded exverything two weeks ago to the Latest and greatest, Jira 5.1.3, Fisheye 2.8.1,

and... Confluence 4.2.13 (althougth I now see 4.3 is available, but I do not think that will help).

So now I was able to successfully import Jira to On-demand, but confluence is rejecting my space imports.

It says the current Confluence OnDemand version is 5.0, so backups can only be imported from Confluence 5.0.x.

How do I do this accomplish this task? It does not seam to allow me to upgrade my hosted solutions to 5.0.x.


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I needed to get the advanced release. For some reason it was not on the website.

Support proveded it to me. I then upgraded my local instance of Confluence and was able to export/import to onDemand.


Hi, please follow to import into OnDemand.

You will need to upgrade to 5.0.x. What problems do you face?

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