How to Display Attachments using XPorter templates

I am attempting to display a listing of the attached documents on my pdf. I am using Xporter version 2.5.2, JIRA version 5.1.4. According to Xporter documentation, it looks like Attachments keyword should be available.

The code I am using in my template is as follows, but nothing displays on the pdf.

#{for attachments}

${Attachments[n].Author}

${ Attachments [n].Filename}

${ Attachments [n].CreatedDate}

#{end}

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Hi Nancy,

Currently we only have the mapping for ${Attachments} which displays the name of the attachments. It is not possible to iterate over the attachments as you are requesting. But it is a nice feature for a future release, we will seriously consider it.

Best regards,

Hi there, Frerenc mentions that JIRA PDF View Plugin can export/ imbed the attachments. Is this feature ever going to be available in Xporter?

I must note that the JIRA PDF View Plugin can export all attachment information or even embed the attachments themselves in PDF exports!

Links:

This screenshot demonstrates listing the attachments in the PDF, and also offering them for opening or saving them in Acrobat Reader:

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