25 highest priority tickets I _created_?

To my understanding the requestor and the creator
of a ticket not neccessariy need to be identically.

Would it be possible to include also a table
"tickets I created" in the main windows?

Thanks

Ruben

To my understanding the requestor and the creator
of a ticket not neccessariy need to be identically.

Would it be possible to include also a table
"tickets I created" in the main windows?

I’d suggest that if you’ve created a ticket and you’re no longer the
owner or a requestor, you should be a CC or an AdminCC. I mean, don’t
you ever create a ticket that at some point is so totally handed off to
somebody else that you don’t care what goes on with it anymore?
Wouldn’t you want to automatically be Cc:ed on any responses sent to the
requestor for these tickets?

I think the “Creator” like you want is in the Ticket info, but the API
($RTDIR/lib/RT/Tickets.pm) doesn’t look to me like it exposes any kind
of interface that could be used for searching or fetching based on that
information.

Drop the attached file in $RDTIR/local/WebRT/html/Elements/ and add “<&
/Elements/MyCCs &>” just like the MyRequests to your index.html, and you
get a list of the tickets you’re CCed on. I’ve been using it locally
and was probably gonna figure out how to send it off to the contrib
directory sometime soon.
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