Jira (Cloud) user want to create new Jira Issue (bug) and to copy logs to folder instead of attachments

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We are looking for the way to create new JIRA issue and to COPY files (logs, etc) to File Server

/root/projectname/JIRA/JiraIsueID/XYZ created.

  • To have folder created automatically 
  • You can browse from JIRA issue page to the Logs folder

 

There are a lot of options in configuration attachments for JIRA Issues

https://confluence.atlassian.com/adminjiraserver071/configuring-file-attachments-802593126.html

But there is nothing about working with File System instead of Attachments 
Any ideas?
Thanks,
Anatoly

 

 

 

 

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JIRA does not have in-build integration with file servers. Instead you can link the related files by adding web links: https://confluence.atlassian.com/jiracoreserver072/linking-issues-829092787.html#Linkingissues-CreatingalinktoanywebpageURL

Thank you for answer, Volodymyr

It was such options in Bugzila and seems in none Cloud version of Jira.

The option you suggested still requires to put URL http:\\ and not file path file://fs1/Files/bugs/XYZ

 

So, additional question:

We will copy manually log file to File Server - no need integration of JIRA with File Server.

Just as reminder to have field in JIRA Issue like:

Log files located under location folder: file://fs1/Files/bugs/XYZ

(Only those who have permissions to access this folder will access)

 

Hi Anatoly,

As work around you can configure URL custom field:image2016-12-19 16:5:44.png

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