Adding (by default) custom field to the simple search

Hi,

I updated to 4.2.6 (from 3.8.8) in our lab - look fine. Now, I’m going to add some small customizations.

E.g. the simple Search (the search field in the web-ui on the top right) should also search for a custom field.
Therefore, I added an overlay /opt/rt4/local/lib/RT/Search/Simple_Local.pm with the content (1) - but it does not work.

It the file is parsed from RT, but the methods are not be called.

Is there something I missed ?

regards
Danny

(1) /opt/rt4/local/lib/RT/Search/Simple_Local.pm

$_[0] is $self

$_[1] is escaped value without surrounding single quotes

$_[2] is a boolean of “was quoted by the user?”

ensure this is false before you do smart matching like $_[1] eq “me”

$_[3] is escaped subkey, if any (see HandleCf)

sub HandleDefault {
$RT::Logger->debug(“dts-HandleDefault”);
my $fts = RT->Config->Get(‘FullTextSearch’);
if ($fts->{Enable} and $fts->{Indexed}) {
return default => “(Subject LIKE ‘$[1]’ OR Content LIKE '$[1]’ OR ‘CF.{CF-Customer}’ LIKE ‘$[1]’)";
} else {
return default => "(Subject LIKE '$
[1]’ OR ‘CF.{CF-Customer}’ LIKE ‘$_[1]’ )”;
}
}

sub HandleSubject {
$RT::Logger->debug(“dts-HandleSubject”);
return subject => “(Subject LIKE ‘$[1]’ OR ‘CF.{CF-Customer}’ LIKE '$[1]’)”;
}

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Hi,

add on top of the file this lines:

package RT::Search::Simple;
use strict;
use warnings;
no warnings ‘redefine’;

ChrisAm 15.01.2015 um 16:14 schrieb Daniel Schwager:

Hi,

I updated to 4.2.6 (from 3.8.8) in our lab - look fine. Now, I’m going to add some small customizations.

E.g. the simple Search (the search field in the web-ui on the top right) should also search for a custom field.
Therefore, I added an overlay /opt/rt4/local/lib/RT/Search/Simple_Local.pm with the content (1) - but it does not work.

It the file is parsed from RT, but the methods are not be called.

Is there something I missed ?

regards
Danny

(1) /opt/rt4/local/lib/RT/Search/Simple_Local.pm

$_[0] is $self

$_[1] is escaped value without surrounding single quotes

$_[2] is a boolean of “was quoted by the user?”

ensure this is false before you do smart matching like $_[1] eq “me”

$_[3] is escaped subkey, if any (see HandleCf)

sub HandleDefault {
$RT::Logger->debug(“dts-HandleDefault”);
my $fts = RT->Config->Get(‘FullTextSearch’);
if ($fts->{Enable} and $fts->{Indexed}) {
return default => “(Subject LIKE ‘$[1]’ OR Content LIKE '$[1]’ OR ‘CF.{CF-Customer}’ LIKE ‘$[1]’)";
} else {
return default => "(Subject LIKE '$
[1]’ OR ‘CF.{CF-Customer}’ LIKE ‘$_[1]’ )”;
}
}

sub HandleSubject {
$RT::Logger->debug(“dts-HandleSubject”);
return subject => “(Subject LIKE ‘$[1]’ OR ‘CF.{CF-Customer}’ LIKE '$[1]’)”;
}

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Chris, thank you very much! Now, it work’s like a charm!

Best regards
Danny

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