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I'm trying to output a variable & input to a new command:

jira.sh --action createIssue --project "BLAH" --type "Incident" --summary 
"THIS IS A TEST" --components "BLA" --priority "BLAH"| awk '{print $2}'

Gives me output XY-1234 which is the ISSUE

i need to pass in XY-1234 to the ISSUE section where the xxxx are... how can i go about passing this in $0/1/2 show blanks and creating a variable with name=$(awk '{print $2}') and passing in $name is not working either:

jira.sh --action addAttachment --issue "xxxxx" --file "/var/log/blah.log"
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Need to get the jira.sh/awk output into a variable.

So how about this

JIRA=$(jira.sh --action createIssue \
               --project "BLAH" \
               --type "Incident" \
               --summary "THIS IS A TEST" \
               --components "BLA" \
               --priority "BLAH" | awk '{print $2}')

jira.sh --action addAttachment \
        --issue "$JIRA" \
        --file "/var/log/blah.log"

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