Last updated Jul 13, 2021

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Status messages

Your cloud app must use the Status API to send progress reporting messages to the App migration platform that displays in the Cloud Migration Assistant user interface if you implement a listener.

You can use status messages for the following:

  • Report on the progress of your app migration to the Jira/Confluence admin user
  • Provide links to sites or entities involved in the migration

This page provides details about the types and format of status messages.

Format of status messages

A status message can combine text, and elements to incorporate links. See the format of an element below.

Element format

{{[type]:[value]}}

The following table explains the above element format.

typeRepresents the type of element
valueThe value that the user interface needs to render

The Status API supports the following element type:

Note: http://documentation.mycompany.com/ in the above table is sample placeholder text that you can replace with your own link.

Length of status messages

We recommend restricting the length of your status message (inclusive of links) to 250-300 characters to ensure that it displays within the text area on the Jira/Confluence user interface.

App migration status update in Cloud Migration Assistant user interface

The Jira/Confluence Cloud Migration Assistant user interface does not display status updates from your cloud app in real-time.

There can be an interval of up to 10 minutes between the time your cloud app provides a status update and when the message is displayed on the Jira/Confluence Cloud Migration Assistant user interface.

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