Approvals not working

Hi, I used example code on the wiki to create a PO-Request type approval in RT3.8.8 http://wiki.bestpractical.com/view/ApprovalCreation The process creates new ticket(s) but isn’t quite right yet.

I created 2 queues: ChangeRequest and ChangeApproval and both are enabled.

ChangeRequest queue has 1 scrip:

On Create, Create Tickets with template CreateApproval, stage TransactionCreate. with no User defined conditions.

The CreateApproval template is pretty much cut-n-paste from the wiki:

===Create-Ticket: poreq
Depended-On-By: TOP
Queue: ChangeApproval
Type: approval
Owner: username-of-owner #note this is so that notifications work properly
Content: Someone has created a Change Request. Please review.
ENDOFCONTENT

For the ChangeApproval queue, I copied/pasted all of the scrips and templates from the default __Approvals queue.

When I create a new ticket in the ChangeRequest queue, a 2nd ticket is created and notifications are sent to the watchers that a new ticket is awaiting approval. However, the approvals don’t show up in My Approvals. Nor do they show up in the ChangeApproval queue when I search for them. The tickets/approvals exist, I can see them in the Tickets table with type=approval.

I can’t sort out what I’ve done wrong. Any ideas?

Mike

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It worked on 3.4.6, which is the version we were using before 3.8.8.

“Foggi, Nicola” NFOGGI@depaul.edu 7/28/2010 4:48 PM >>>

I was never able to get a queue working with approvals other than the default __Approvals queue, if you use that does it work?

Nicola-----Original Message-----
From: rt-users-bounces@lists.bestpractical.com on behalf of Michael James
Sent: Wed 7/28/2010 3:38 PM
To: RT Users <rt-users@lists.bestpractical.com
Subject: [rt-users] Approvals not working

Hi, I used example code on the wiki to create a PO-Request type approval in RT3.8.8 http://wiki.bestpractical.com/view/ApprovalCreation The process creates new ticket(s) but isn’t quite right yet.

I created 2 queues: ChangeRequest and ChangeApproval and both are enabled.

ChangeRequest queue has 1 scrip:

On Create, Create Tickets with template CreateApproval, stage TransactionCreate. with no User defined conditions.

The CreateApproval template is pretty much cut-n-paste from the wiki:

===Create-Ticket: poreq
Subject: Approve Change Request for {$Tickets{‘TOP’}->Subject}
Depended-On-By: TOP
Queue: ChangeApproval
Type: approval
Owner: username-of-owner #note this is so that notifications work properly
Content: Someone has created a Change Request. Please review.
ENDOFCONTENT

For the ChangeApproval queue, I copied/pasted all of the scrips and templates from the default __Approvals queue.

When I create a new ticket in the ChangeRequest queue, a 2nd ticket is created and notifications are sent to the watchers that a new ticket is awaiting approval. However, the approvals don’t show up in My Approvals. Nor do they show up in the ChangeApproval queue when I search for them. The tickets/approvals exist, I can see them in the Tickets table with type=approval.

I can’t sort out what I’ve done wrong. Any ideas?

Mike

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Hello All,

We are fairly new to RT/RTIR and was wondering if anyone out there with a annual ticket volume of 50,000 to 100,000 or greater can elaborate a bit on your hardware configuration and tips on tuning as well as scaling up the application.

Thanks in advance!

Lily Chen

Here’s what I see. A new approval ticket does get created and here’s the email notification. The Queue is ChangeApproval, BUT when I search the ChangeApproval queue there are no new tickets in there!?

Wed Jul 28 13:59:08 2010: Request 7461 was acted upon.
Transaction: Ticket created by RT_System
Queue: ChangeApproval
Owner: Nobody
Requestors:
Status: new
Ticket <URL: http://tracker.stonebridgebank.com/rt/Ticket/Display.html?id=7461 >

Someone has created a Change Request. Please review.

Mike

“Michael James” MJames@stonebridgebank.com 7/28/2010 4:57 PM >>>
It worked on 3.4.6, which is the version we were using before 3.8.8.

“Foggi, Nicola” NFOGGI@depaul.edu 7/28/2010 4:48 PM >>>

I was never able to get a queue working with approvals other than the default __Approvals queue, if you use that does it work?

Nicola-----Original Message-----
From: rt-users-bounces@lists.bestpractical.com on behalf of Michael James
Sent: Wed 7/28/2010 3:38 PM
To: RT Users <rt-users@lists.bestpractical.com
Subject: [rt-users] Approvals not working

Hi, I used example code on the wiki to create a PO-Request type approval in RT3.8.8 http://wiki.bestpractical.com/view/ApprovalCreation The process creates new ticket(s) but isn’t quite right yet.

I created 2 queues: ChangeRequest and ChangeApproval and both are enabled.

ChangeRequest queue has 1 scrip:

On Create, Create Tickets with template CreateApproval, stage TransactionCreate. with no User defined conditions.

The CreateApproval template is pretty much cut-n-paste from the wiki:

===Create-Ticket: poreq
Subject: Approve Change Request for {$Tickets{‘TOP’}->Subject}
Depended-On-By: TOP
Queue: ChangeApproval
Type: approval
Owner: username-of-owner #note this is so that notifications work properly
Content: Someone has created a Change Request. Please review.
ENDOFCONTENT

For the ChangeApproval queue, I copied/pasted all of the scrips and templates from the default __Approvals queue.

When I create a new ticket in the ChangeRequest queue, a 2nd ticket is created and notifications are sent to the watchers that a new ticket is awaiting approval. However, the approvals don’t show up in My Approvals. Nor do they show up in the ChangeApproval queue when I search for them. The tickets/approvals exist, I can see them in the Tickets table with type=approval.

I can’t sort out what I’ve done wrong. Any ideas?

Mike

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I queried the rt3 MySQL database to see what I could see vis-a-vis the approval process. In points 1, 2, 3, and 4, I’m building a case to prove I’m not crazy. If you can explain the results of Quick search in #5, I would be highly appreciative!

  1. SELECT * FROM rt3.Queues where Name = 'ChangeApproval’
    1 row fetched: 22, ‘ChangeApproval’, ‘Queue to hold templates for Change Mgmt approval’, ‘’, ‘’, 0, 0, 0, 28, ‘2007-01-04 19:42:12’, 28, ‘2007-01-04 19:42:12’, 0

  2. SELECT * FROM rt3.Tickets where Queue = '22’
    19 rows fetched. Here are some columns of data. Sorry I can’t show all.

id EffectiveId Status
1157 1157 new
2849 2849 new
7458 7458 new
7461 7461 new
7464 7464 new
7466 7466 new
820 820 resolved
822 822 resolved
824 824 resolved
2657 2657 resolved
2851 2851 resolved
2876 2876 resolved
2878 2878 resolved
2880 2880 resolved
2882 2882 resolved
2884 2884 resolved
2886 2886 resolved
2888 2888 resolved
2917 2917 resolved

  1. Now, note the headers below for ticket #7461, which confirms Queue = ChangeApproval.

Wed Jul 28 13:59:08 2010: Request 7461 was acted upon.
Transaction: Ticket created by RT_System
Queue: ChangeApproval
Owner: Nobody
Requestors:
Status: new
Ticket <URL: http://tracker.stonebridgebank.com/rt/Ticket/Display.html?id=7461 >

Someone has created a Change Request. Please review.

  1. SELECT * FROM rt3.Tickets where id = ‘7461’

id EffectiveId Queue Type
7461 7461 22 approval

  1. From my RT at a Glance page, when I click on the quick search for ChangeApproval queue - returns 0 hits.

http://tracker.stonebridgebank.com/rt/Search/Results.html?Query=Queue = ‘ChangeApproval’ AND (Status = ‘new’ OR Status = ‘open’ OR Status = ‘stalled’)

Why don’t any of the approvals with status=new show in the results screen? Any ideas what is going on here?

Mike

“Michael James” MJames@stonebridgebank.com 7/28/2010 4:57 PM >>>
It worked on 3.4.6, which is the version we were using before 3.8.8.

“Foggi, Nicola” NFOGGI@depaul.edu 7/28/2010 4:48 PM >>>

I was never able to get a queue working with approvals other than the default __Approvals queue, if you use that does it work?

Nicola-----Original Message-----
From: rt-users-bounces@lists.bestpractical.com on behalf of Michael James
Sent: Wed 7/28/2010 3:38 PM
To: RT Users <rt-users@lists.bestpractical.com
Subject: [rt-users] Approvals not working

Hi, I used example code on the wiki to create a PO-Request type approval in RT3.8.8 http://wiki.bestpractical.com/view/ApprovalCreation The process creates new ticket(s) but isn’t quite right yet.

I created 2 queues: ChangeRequest and ChangeApproval and both are enabled.

ChangeRequest queue has 1 scrip:

On Create, Create Tickets with template CreateApproval, stage TransactionCreate. with no User defined conditions.

The CreateApproval template is pretty much cut-n-paste from the wiki:

===Create-Ticket: poreq
Subject: Approve Change Request for {$Tickets{‘TOP’}->Subject}
Depended-On-By: TOP
Queue: ChangeApproval
Type: approval
Owner: username-of-owner #note this is so that notifications work properly
Content: Someone has created a Change Request. Please review.
ENDOFCONTENT

For the ChangeApproval queue, I copied/pasted all of the scrips and templates from the default __Approvals queue.

When I create a new ticket in the ChangeRequest queue, a 2nd ticket is created and notifications are sent to the watchers that a new ticket is awaiting approval. However, the approvals don’t show up in My Approvals. Nor do they show up in the ChangeApproval queue when I search for them. The tickets/approvals exist, I can see them in the Tickets table with type=approval.

I can’t sort out what I’ve done wrong. Any ideas?

Mike

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i spent a good few weeks playing with it before, and i just resorted to using the __Approvals queue… but i remember seeing inconsistencies in some of the docs about how to setup approvals under older version and what i was seeing in 3.8… if i remember correctly, some of the approval stuff was done via scrips before, those are now no longer there and are handled within the DB/APP, but not just a simple scrip anymore…

NicolaFrom: rt-users-bounces@lists.bestpractical.com on behalf of Michael James
Sent: Thu 7/29/2010 3:43 PM
To: RT Users
Subject: Re: [rt-users] Approvals not working

I queried the rt3 MySQL database to see what I could see vis-a-vis the approval process. In points 1, 2, 3, and 4, I’m building a case to prove I’m not crazy. If you can explain the results of Quick search in #5, I would be highly appreciative!

  1. SELECT * FROM rt3.Queues where Name = 'ChangeApproval’
    1 row fetched: 22, ‘ChangeApproval’, ‘Queue to hold templates for Change Mgmt approval’, ‘’, ‘’, 0, 0, 0, 28, ‘2007-01-04 19:42:12’, 28, ‘2007-01-04 19:42:12’, 0

  2. SELECT * FROM rt3.Tickets where Queue = '22’
    19 rows fetched. Here are some columns of data. Sorry I can’t show all.

id EffectiveId Status
1157 1157 new
2849 2849 new
7458 7458 new
7461 7461 new
7464 7464 new
7466 7466 new
820 820 resolved
822 822 resolved
824 824 resolved
2657 2657 resolved
2851 2851 resolved
2876 2876 resolved
2878 2878 resolved
2880 2880 resolved
2882 2882 resolved
2884 2884 resolved
2886 2886 resolved
2888 2888 resolved
2917 2917 resolved

  1. Now, note the headers below for ticket #7461, which confirms Queue = ChangeApproval.

Wed Jul 28 13:59:08 2010: Request 7461 was acted upon.
Transaction: Ticket created by RT_System
Queue: ChangeApproval
Subject: Approve Change Request for another test
Owner: Nobody
Requestors:
Status: new
Ticket <URL: http://tracker.stonebridgebank.com/rt/Ticket/Display.html?id=7461 >

Someone has created a Change Request. Please review.

  1. SELECT * FROM rt3.Tickets where id = ‘7461’

id EffectiveId Queue Type
7461 7461 22 approval

  1. From my RT at a Glance page, when I click on the quick search for ChangeApproval queue - returns 0 hits.

http://tracker.stonebridgebank.com/rt/Search/Results.html?Query=Queue = ‘ChangeApproval’ AND (Status = ‘new’ OR Status = ‘open’ OR Status = ‘stalled’)

Why don’t any of the approvals with status=new show in the results screen? Any ideas what is going on here?

Mike

“Michael James” MJames@stonebridgebank.com 7/28/2010 4:57 PM >>>
It worked on 3.4.6, which is the version we were using before 3.8.8.

“Foggi, Nicola” NFOGGI@depaul.edu 7/28/2010 4:48 PM >>>

I was never able to get a queue working with approvals other than the default __Approvals queue, if you use that does it work?

Nicola

It still seems to me that a straightforward SQL search should work… no matter how the ticket was created, although my goal is to get approvals working. I will enable the default queue and work with that for now.

Mike

“Michael James” MJames@stonebridgebank.com 7/29/2010 4:43 PM >>>
I queried the rt3 MySQL database to see what I could see vis-a-vis the approval process. In points 1, 2, 3, and 4, I’m building a case to prove I’m not crazy. If you can explain the results of Quick search in #5, I would be highly appreciative!

  1. SELECT * FROM rt3.Queues where Name = 'ChangeApproval’
    1 row fetched: 22, ‘ChangeApproval’, ‘Queue to hold templates for Change Mgmt approval’, ‘’, ‘’, 0, 0, 0, 28, ‘2007-01-04 19:42:12’, 28, ‘2007-01-04 19:42:12’, 0

  2. SELECT * FROM rt3.Tickets where Queue = '22’
    19 rows fetched. Here are some columns of data. Sorry I can’t show all.

id EffectiveId Status
1157 1157 new
2849 2849 new
7458 7458 new
7461 7461 new
7464 7464 new
7466 7466 new
820 820 resolved
822 822 resolved
824 824 resolved
2657 2657 resolved
2851 2851 resolved
2876 2876 resolved
2878 2878 resolved
2880 2880 resolved
2882 2882 resolved
2884 2884 resolved
2886 2886 resolved
2888 2888 resolved
2917 2917 resolved

  1. Now, note the headers below for ticket #7461, which confirms Queue = ChangeApproval.

Wed Jul 28 13:59:08 2010: Request 7461 was acted upon.
Transaction: Ticket created by RT_System
Queue: ChangeApproval
Owner: Nobody
Requestors:
Status: new
Ticket <URL: http://tracker.stonebridgebank.com/rt/Ticket/Display.html?id=7461 >

Someone has created a Change Request. Please review.

  1. SELECT * FROM rt3.Tickets where id = ‘7461’

id EffectiveId Queue Type
7461 7461 22 approval

  1. From my RT at a Glance page, when I click on the quick search for ChangeApproval queue - returns 0 hits.

http://tracker.stonebridgebank.com/rt/Search/Results.html?Query=Queue = ‘ChangeApproval’ AND (Status = ‘new’ OR Status = ‘open’ OR Status = ‘stalled’)

Why don’t any of the approvals with status=new show in the results screen? Any ideas what is going on here?

Mike

“Michael James” MJames@stonebridgebank.com 7/28/2010 4:57 PM >>>
It worked on 3.4.6, which is the version we were using before 3.8.8.

“Foggi, Nicola” NFOGGI@depaul.edu 7/28/2010 4:48 PM >>>

I was never able to get a queue working with approvals other than the default __Approvals queue, if you use that does it work?

Nicola-----Original Message-----
From: rt-users-bounces@lists.bestpractical.com on behalf of Michael James
Sent: Wed 7/28/2010 3:38 PM
To: RT Users <rt-users@lists.bestpractical.com
Subject: [rt-users] Approvals not working

Hi, I used example code on the wiki to create a PO-Request type approval in RT3.8.8 http://wiki.bestpractical.com/view/ApprovalCreation The process creates new ticket(s) but isn’t quite right yet.

I created 2 queues: ChangeRequest and ChangeApproval and both are enabled.

ChangeRequest queue has 1 scrip:

On Create, Create Tickets with template CreateApproval, stage TransactionCreate. with no User defined conditions.

The CreateApproval template is pretty much cut-n-paste from the wiki:

===Create-Ticket: poreq
Subject: Approve Change Request for {$Tickets{‘TOP’}->Subject}
Depended-On-By: TOP
Queue: ChangeApproval
Type: approval
Owner: username-of-owner #note this is so that notifications work properly
Content: Someone has created a Change Request. Please review.
ENDOFCONTENT

For the ChangeApproval queue, I copied/pasted all of the scrips and templates from the default __Approvals queue.

When I create a new ticket in the ChangeRequest queue, a 2nd ticket is created and notifications are sent to the watchers that a new ticket is awaiting approval. However, the approvals don’t show up in My Approvals. Nor do they show up in the ChangeApproval queue when I search for them. The tickets/approvals exist, I can see them in the Tickets table with type=approval.

I can’t sort out what I’ve done wrong. Any ideas?

Mike

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It still seems to me that a straightforward SQL search should work… no matter how the ticket was created, although my goal is to get approvals working. I will enable the default queue and work with that for now.

you really should try to work within __Approvals, especially if your
Template is going to create Type => 'approval’
Tickets have a different Type
I suggest that in your select * from rt3.Tickets you also examine the
Type column. Normal ticket searches in the RT web ui are never going
to show non-ticket tickets

-kevin

Thanks, Kevin. Okay, I now see that approval != ticket and that’s why the quick search wouldn’t work. Still can’t see the approvals on the Approval page, however. I will enable __Approvals and see about getting things to work from there.

Mike

Kevin Falcone falcone@bestpractical.com 7/30/2010 12:48 PM >>>

It still seems to me that a straightforward SQL search should work… no matter how the ticket was created, although my goal is to get approvals working. I will enable the default queue and work with that for now.

you really should try to work within __Approvals, especially if your
Template is going to create Type => 'approval’
Tickets have a different Type
I suggest that in your select * from rt3.Tickets you also examine the
Type column. Normal ticket searches in the RT web ui are never going
to show non-ticket tickets

-kevin

Mike

“Michael James” MJames@stonebridgebank.com 7/29/2010 4:43 PM >>>
I queried the rt3 MySQL database to see what I could see vis-a-vis the approval process. In points 1, 2, 3, and 4, I’m building a case to prove I’m not crazy. If you can explain the results of Quick search in #5, I would be highly appreciative!

  1. SELECT * FROM rt3.Queues where Name = 'ChangeApproval’
    1 row fetched: 22, ‘ChangeApproval’, ‘Queue to hold templates for Change Mgmt approval’, ‘’, ‘’, 0, 0, 0, 28, ‘2007-01-04 19:42:12’, 28, ‘2007-01-04 19:42:12’, 0

  2. SELECT * FROM rt3.Tickets where Queue = '22’
    19 rows fetched. Here are some columns of data. Sorry I can’t show all.

id EffectiveId Status
1157 1157 new
2849 2849 new
7458 7458 new
7461 7461 new
7464 7464 new
7466 7466 new
820 820 resolved
822 822 resolved
824 824 resolved
2657 2657 resolved
2851 2851 resolved
2876 2876 resolved
2878 2878 resolved
2880 2880 resolved
2882 2882 resolved
2884 2884 resolved
2886 2886 resolved
2888 2888 resolved
2917 2917 resolved

  1. Now, note the headers below for ticket #7461, which confirms Queue = ChangeApproval.

Wed Jul 28 13:59:08 2010: Request 7461 was acted upon.
Transaction: Ticket created by RT_System
Queue: ChangeApproval
Subject: Approve Change Request for another test
Owner: Nobody
Requestors:
Status: new
Ticket <URL: http://tracker.stonebridgebank.com/rt/Ticket/Display.html?id=7461 >

Someone has created a Change Request. Please review.

  1. SELECT * FROM rt3.Tickets where id = ‘7461’

id EffectiveId Queue Type
7461 7461 22 approval

  1. From my RT at a Glance page, when I click on the quick search for ChangeApproval queue - returns 0 hits.

http://tracker.stonebridgebank.com/rt/Search/Results.html?Query=Queue = ‘ChangeApproval’ AND (Status = ‘new’ OR Status = ‘open’ OR Status = ‘stalled’)

Why don’t any of the approvals with status=new show in the results screen? Any ideas what is going on here?

Mike

“Michael James” MJames@stonebridgebank.com 7/28/2010 4:57 PM >>>
It worked on 3.4.6, which is the version we were using before 3.8.8.

“Foggi, Nicola” NFOGGI@depaul.edu 7/28/2010 4:48 PM >>>

I was never able to get a queue working with approvals other than the default __Approvals queue, if you use that does it work?

Nicola

-----Original Message-----
From: rt-users-bounces@lists.bestpractical.com on behalf of Michael James
Sent: Wed 7/28/2010 3:38 PM
To: RT Users <rt-users@lists.bestpractical.com
Subject: [rt-users] Approvals not working

Hi, I used example code on the wiki to create a PO-Request type approval in RT3.8.8 http://wiki.bestpractical.com/view/ApprovalCreation The process creates new ticket(s) but isn’t quite right yet.

I created 2 queues: ChangeRequest and ChangeApproval and both are enabled.

ChangeRequest queue has 1 scrip:

On Create, Create Tickets with template CreateApproval, stage TransactionCreate. with no User defined conditions.

The CreateApproval template is pretty much cut-n-paste from the wiki:

===Create-Ticket: poreq
Subject: Approve Change Request for {$Tickets{‘TOP’}->Subject}
Depended-On-By: TOP
Queue: ChangeApproval
Type: approval
Owner: username-of-owner #note this is so that notifications work properly
Content: Someone has created a Change Request. Please review.
ENDOFCONTENT

For the ChangeApproval queue, I copied/pasted all of the scrips and templates from the default __Approvals queue.

When I create a new ticket in the ChangeRequest queue, a 2nd ticket is created and notifications are sent to the watchers that a new ticket is awaiting approval. However, the approvals don’t show up in My Approvals. Nor do they show up in the ChangeApproval queue when I search for them. The tickets/approvals exist, I can see them in the Tickets table with type=approval.

I can’t sort out what I’ve done wrong. Any ideas?

Mike

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