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Last updated Feb 24, 2022
Migration to Cloud
Here you can see the all the differences between Cloud and Server versions of the app
My Requests Extension is available on both Server and Cloud hostings. Although currently they have some differences, we’re constantly working towards unifying both versions.
|Global configuration - available for Global Jira Administrator|
|Global configuration||Accessible from Global configuration > Manage apps > My Requests Extension section||Accessible from Global configuration > Apps > My Requests Extension section; Redirection to the external configuration site|
|Restricting access to the Requests table||Configured in General settings||Configured in General settings|
|Configuring fields as columns and criteria||Configured in Fields configuration||Configured in Fields configuration|
|Value visibility||Configured in Fields configuration||Configured in Fields configuration|
|User scopes||Configured in User scopes||Configured in User scopes|
|View as||Accessible from General settings and Field permissions|
|Additional Requests page provided by the app||You can hide the default Requests page and redirect to the app’s Requests page||Due to the technical limitations, there’s a separate Requests page, accessible from the banner on a native one|
|Displaying fields as columns|
|Displaying fields as criteria|
|Saving search as a filter|
|Exporting Requests to a CSV file|
- Keep in mind, that there is currently no direct migration path for app data and configurations from Server to Cloud.
- You will also need a separate license for a Cloud app.
For more information on migrating from Jira Server to Jira Cloud, see Atlassian documentation.
If you can’t find the answer you need in our documentation, raise a support request. You can also contact us directly from within the app by clicking Contact Vendor in the bottom right corner.