Jira Attachmnets

Hello.

I have a query regarding JIRA attachments. i have installed JIRA on my server and gave different path  for JIRA attachments i.e. D: drive. But all attachments are stored in encrypted format.

so how i can store files in same format without encryption.

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What do you mean by "encrypted"?  JIRA does not encypt attachments (unless you've got an add-on that does it), so do you mean the disk is encrypted?

when i upload any file attachment in JIRA, it will keep that attachment  in this path

C:\Program Files\Atlassian\Application Data\JIRA\data\attachments\project name\issue key\file

but when we open that file it will be not show any file extantion. i want that file because i want to validate that file.Please explain me if i am going some wrong some where

Dear NIC,

Thank You so much i got my answer. 

 

how can i know which file is uploaded on particular transition.

i want to validate that uploaded file before submit in data base i am not able to find file, i use modified value but i am not understanding the concept. 

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