Newbie question on moving projects from OnDemand Jira to an in-house Server instance

I am using an Ondemand instance of Jira JIRA v6.3. I have created a project with its own workflow scheme , custom fields, issue type scheme, corresponding Confluence space etc which works fine. Now I need to move this project to another Jira instance which is on an in-house server(not an Ondemand instance) and has a lot of projects. I do not want to lose any of the existing projects. What I understand from the documentation is that if I take a backup of my Ondemand instance and restore it on my server instance, the existing data on my target server will get overwritten. What is the way out for me?

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Hi Lakshmi,

To import your project from JIRA Cloud (OnDemand) to JIRA Server (standalone), the JIRA Server must be running the latest available version (currently v6.3).

The steps would be the following:

  1. Backup your JIRA Cloud Instance.
  2. Import the data into a new JIRA Server 6.3 instance.
  3. Create a new backup from the JIRA Server 6.3, and import your project into your local JIRA Server (which must also be on v6.3).

I hope this information helps.

Cheers,

Danilo

Thanks Danilo, this helps a lot.

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My target Jira is v6.2

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