Migration from server to cloud

Description

Before migrating your Graphviz Diagrams for Confluence app content from server to cloud, we recommend reading this Atlassian article to plan your migration.

This page explains:

  • Migration process
  • Differences between the server and cloud version of the app

Migration process

Differences between server and cloud versions

All the macros available in the server are supported in the cloud version as well. The following table lists the macros' parameters and features that work differently in server and cloud:

Parameter/FeatureServerCloudNotes
TemplatesSupportedNot supported

Output type

Supported formats:

  • png
  • svg
  • jpg
  • pdf
  • gif

Supported formats

  • png
  • svg
  • jpg
  • gif
In the cloud version, you cannot save a Graphviz diagram as a PDF or Word file, or export to PDF or Word.
Location of Graphviz source

Supported data sources:

  • blank
  • ^attachment
  • page^attachment
  • space:page^attachment
  • #filename
  • global page template name
  • space:page template name
Supported data sources:
  • blank
  • ^attachment
  • page^attachment
  • space:page^attachment
  • global page template name
  • space:page template name

File option is not applicable for Confluence cloud.

Template option is not currently supported with the app. Refer to this link for more updates on this option.

Render wiki markup macros in bodySupportedNot supported
Outgoing link in the Graph from table macroSupportedNot supported
Nesting of macrosSupportedNot supported
URL whitelistingSupported natively by Confluence and configured using the Global Configuration page.Have to be configured manually from the Global Configuration page, because Confluence cloud does not natively support URL whitelisting.For more information, refer to CLOUD-2636.

Please note that all the other parameters function the same in both the versions of the app.

Problem reporting

If you experience any problems or behavior changes that are unexpected, refer to Help and open a ticket with us. This helps us identify and prioritize fixes and improvements.