- If you upgraded JIRA with an XML backupfrom a JIRA version prior to 4.2 and used a custom directory for your attachment path, you can choose between using this custom directory (which cannot be edited) or the default directory for your attachment path location. However, once you switch to using the default directory, you can no longer choose the custom directory option.
- The default directory location is the
data/attachmentssubdirectory of theJIRA Home Directory.
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