I am not sure what you want.
If you want to find attachment path then the code would be like this
Issue issueKey = issue def id = issueKey.getId() // Get the current logged in user def user = ComponentAccessor.getJiraAuthenticationContext().getUser().name // Get a manager to handle the copying of attachments def attachmentManager = ComponentAccessor.getAttachmentManager() // Get the default attachment path from its manager def attachmentPathManager = ComponentAccessor.getAttachmentPathManager().attachmentPath.toString() // Get the current date // Construct the key of the next Subtask def currentIssue = issue.toString() // Extract the project key from the issue def projectKey = currentIssue.replaceAll("[^A-Z]", "").toString(); // Get the ID that jira has used to store the last attachment def fileId = issueKey.attachments.last()?.id // Construct the file path of the attachment to copy def path = attachmentPathManager + "/" + projectKey + "/" + currentIssue + "/" + fileId + "/"
It was taken from here
If it does not answer your question, kindly clarify it.
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