Export attachements from one project

Hello,

one of our customers would like to export all attachements from a single project. Can anybody tell us how this works? Many thanks.

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There's no function for export attachments from JIRA in the UI really.

You can grab them from the server file system in a reasonably logical order if you want (they're saved by project and issue key, but with modified file names)

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Here is an example using JIRA Command Line Interface (CLI). Don't let all the quoting through you off wink. Basically, this is getting a list of all issues in your project and for each of those, getting a list of all attachments, and for each of those getting the attachment and putting in a unique file

jira --action runFromIssueList --project "PROJKEY" --common "--action runFromAttachmentList --issue @issue@ --common \"--action getAttachment --issue @issue@ --id @attachmentId@ --file \"\"@issue@/@attachment@\"\" \" "
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Yes, thats fine. At /var/atlassian/application-data/data/attachments are folders with name same as the projects. Thats good. I've export the folder of this project. I hope thats fine for the customer. Unfortunately, these are just thumbnails, but that is hopefully good for the customer. Thanks for help.

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