We need to export or download attachments from a JIRA record for our automation product.
Is there a way to export directly form the JIRA server or a URL option?
We use Jenkins Automation build and want to be able to export our PDF's from JIRA.
Do we have to use command line plugin or is there an easier way to do it from a DOS prompt or Jenkins?
I saw the option to get the attachments from the JIRA_HOME but we need the same file name and do not want scripting work
Well, if you know the attachment ID, you can get its download URL using the
call from the JIRA REST API.
See here for more details: https://docs.atlassian.com/jira/REST/latest/#d2e168
Use the JIRA PDF View Plugin!
Check the HTML code of the page. It is there. Even better, the download URL is there, as far as I see.
<li class="attachment-content" draggable="true" data-downloadurl="image/png:padding.png:https://jira.atlassian.com/secure/attachment/66083/padding.png">
Or simply use JJUPIN:
getAttachmentPath(key, attname) - http://confluence.kepler-rominfo.com/display/SIL/getAttachmentPath
attachments variable is predefined on the issue.
You will spare a lot of time :)
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