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Adding attachment to Jira ticket created from confiform


I'm trying to add an attachment to a jira ticket I'm creating from my confiform, but the attachment isn't appearing in jira.

I have done what the examples say and 

"drop a ConfiForms Field (referencing your file/attachments field) inside the same IFTTT macro body what creates the Jira issue"

 but its not working.  Anyone else got this to work?

2 answers


Could you please help me what you filled in iftttresults_jiraid? I would like to print jira stories on confiform page. I have things done with creating jira stories but would like to display the same on confiform page back.


It is the name (for convenience) of the IFTTT macro that creates Jira issue

Screenshot 2022-11-29 at 08.59.27.png



I have mentioned "entryId = [] & JID = ${iftttResult_JIRAID}" in Parameters. However it shows unknown macro

This is a bug in Confluence macro placeholder renderer - no worries there, but..

Change ${iftttResult_JIRAID} to [iftttResult_JIRAID]

Also.. why do you have spaces everywhere? Do you want to add the values WITH spaces?!


I have removed the spaces now and macro looks fine. However, it is not displaying Jira story on the confiform page.  Please check if registration control handles the table view or something else.image.png


Does it create a "Story" for you in Jira? Do you have a JID field in your form?

Hard to advice anything looking at this screenshot, as it does not show enough details about the form and it's configuration

If you dont feel like sharing here more details feel free to open a support ticket with use on a private channel


Could you share the configuration you have for ConfiForms IFTTT that creates the Jira issue?

Thanks for the reply, here's a screenshot of it.  First is the defination of the form, which includes the ticketAttachment.  Then there is the registration control, again with the ticketAttachment.  

The IFTTT creates the jira ticket, and i have the ticketAttachment within that.  


I do also have a table which shows the data, the attachment does appear there, but it isnt' in the jira created.

snip2.PNGFirst of all, put the following IFTTT outside the one that creates the Jira issue

Also, does this creates an issue in Jira?

That fixed it, thanks a million :) 

It was creating the jira ticket, but just missing the attachment.  Moving the ifftresult piece out has fixed the attachment part.

Good night, I want to replicate the functionality of sending an attachment to the jira issue from the confiform, however I don't know what is the object that you moved from its location (iftttresult_jiraid), could you help me?



In adition I don't have Confiform form field control's, I have Confiform Form Field Definition


@Alex Medved _ConfiForms_ Thanks a lot for your assistance

This is a 

With parameters set to



(in the screenshot above an old way of accessing IFTTT results is used via ${iftttResult_jiraID} and Confluence editor fails to render it properly... that is why you see what you see)

More on creating Jira tickets from ConfiForms form submissions you can find here



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