A way to skip a global scrip in one queue?

Never mind, I found it here at the bottom -


Jon Baker
Systems Administrator
Church on the Move
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Tulsa OK 74116
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I have an RT system running about 25 queues. I have a global scrip that runs On Correspond to notify the requestor with the default Correspondence template.

I have one queue that I’d like to use a different template (to have a specific message in addition to the update). The only way I see to do this is to remove the global scrip, and then enter it into each of the 24 queues that I want to keep it, then place the slightly modified one into the new queue. But that seems like a pain to manage, so I was wondering if there’s a way to prevent a global scrip from running in a single queue?

~jon

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I have an RT system running about 25 queues. I have a global scrip that runs On Correspond to notify the requestor with the default Correspondence template.

I have one queue that I’d like to use a different template (to have a specific message in addition to the update). The only way I see to do this is to remove the global scrip, and then enter it into each of the 24 queues that I want to keep it, then place the slightly modified one into the new queue. But that seems like a pain to manage, so I was wondering if there’s a way to prevent a global scrip from running in a single queue?

~jon

You can use a queue specific template to override the global
one of the same name. I think.

Ken

Perfect, that did work! Very cool!On Feb 17, 2011, at 12:05 PM, Kenneth Marshall wrote:

I have an RT system running about 25 queues. I have a global scrip that runs On Correspond to notify the requestor with the default Correspondence template.

I have one queue that I’d like to use a different template (to have a specific message in addition to the update). The only way I see to do this is to remove the global scrip, and then enter it into each of the 24 queues that I want to keep it, then place the slightly modified one into the new queue. But that seems like a pain to manage, so I was wondering if there’s a way to prevent a global scrip from running in a single queue?

~jon

You can use a queue specific template to override the global
one of the same name. I think.

Ken

Jon Baker
Systems Administrator
Church on the Move
1003 N 129th E Ave
Tulsa OK 74116
(918) 234-5656

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