Changing due dates (or other fields) on transactions


#1

Hello!

How would I go around making RT allow me to change the due dates and
other fields when I update a ticket?

a.

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#2

a.

When you are in the ticket, click "Dates" and put in the appropriate 

date, then click “save changes”.

Kenn
LBNLOn 7/7/2008 10:23 AM, The Anarcat wrote:

Hello!

How would I go around making RT allow me to change the due dates and
other fields when I update a ticket?

a.



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#3

a,

sorry, I misread your note. Make sure you are in the group that has the 

“ModifyTicket” right.

Kenn
LBNLOn 7/7/2008 10:23 AM, The Anarcat wrote:

Hello!

How would I go around making RT allow me to change the due dates and
other fields when I update a ticket?

a.



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#4

Well, that’s not what I’m looking for… :slight_smile: I know I can do that, what I
would like to do is to expose some fields in the "Correspond/Reply"
screen so that I don’t have to click around as much.

Right now I need to do this:

  1. Click reply
  2. fill in a reply
  3. click update
  4. click “Dates”
  5. enter a date
  6. click update

I would like to do this:

  1. click reply
  2. fill in a reply and a due date
  3. click update

:slight_smile:

A.On Mon, Jul 07, 2008 at 11:20:13AM -0700, Kenneth Crocker wrote:

a.

When you are in the ticket, click “Dates” and put in the appropriate
date, then click “save changes”.

Kenn
LBNL

On 7/7/2008 10:23 AM, The Anarcat wrote:

Hello!

How would I go around making RT allow me to change the due dates and
other fields when I update a ticket?

a.



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#5

I’ve not looked into doing this (and won’t have a chance today), but you
could look at how Create.html has the Basics/details options and try to
modify Update.html the same way.

The Anarcat wrote:

Well, that’s not what I’m looking for… :slight_smile: I know I can do that, what I
would like to do is to expose some fields in the "Correspond/Reply"
screen so that I don’t have to click around as much.

Right now I need to do this:

  1. Click reply
  2. fill in a reply
  3. click update
  4. click “Dates”
  5. enter a date
  6. click update

I would like to do this:

  1. click reply
  2. fill in a reply and a due date
  3. click update

:slight_smile:

A.

a.

When you are in the ticket, click “Dates” and put in the appropriate
date, then click “save changes”.

Kenn
LBNL

Hello!

How would I go around making RT allow me to change the due dates and
other fields when I update a ticket?

a.



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