3.2.0rc1 bookmarked searches

There used to be a way to bookmark custom queries.
Does this still exist in 3.2.0rc1?

I have a separate web app, in which it would
be really handy to create a link that opens
a new RT window with the results of a query
finding all tickets in a given queue that are open
and whose content contains a certain IP address.

If the query builder, which I really like,
could spit out the url for that, I could
cut-and-paste it into the other app.

Note that this has to be a parameterized query.
This would be cool, but not good enough:

/Search/Build.html?SavedQuery=mycustomquery

So a long query, where the parameter is explicit,
is needed. Or, a way to parameterize a saved
query (assuming I could activate the saved query as above.)

bobg

[snip]
You can, at very least, load a saved query as well as add various
clauses to it in one url:
http://rt3/Search/Build.html?LoadSavedSearch=RT::User-29309-SavedSearch-21
&AttachmentField=Content&AttachmentOp=LIKE&ValueOfAttachment=thingy

…however, in 3.2.0rc1, the DoSearch parameter, which forwards you to
the results page, kicked in before any changes happen to the search. I
just checked in a patch to change that, so in 3.2.0rc2 appending a
&DoSearch=1 to the end of the URL above should do what you want.

  • Alex

Networking – one letter away from not working

You can, at very least, load a saved query as well as add various
clauses to it in one url:

Also, once you’re on the “View results” page, hit the "View results"
button again and you’ll get the same page, this time with a URL
containing your whole query. While there isn’t yet a “bookmark this
search” link on the page, this functionality should actually be more
reliable in 3.2 than it was in 3.0.
Jesse