I meant to say I want it to return 1 if there are no PARENT tickets to the current ticket. I would need to use the “DependsOn” or “AllDependsOn”, but I’m not sure how to check the returned array for size.
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Subject: Re: [rt-users] Custom condition not working (simple)
How come this does not work? I’ve seen some examples of the
“DependOnBy” use returning a numeric value, but looking at RT
documentation, it appears it should return an array? Basically, I
want it to return 1 if there are no child tickets associated with the current ticket.
First up - it’s DependedOnBy not DependOnBy, and it returns an RT::Links object, so I’m surprised you’ve seen numeric comparisons.
I suspect you wanted
Is there a way to test RT perl code without trial and error, or do you
just have to incorporate some logging?
Logging is your friend.
You can also always write a command line program to test things quickly, which is what I usually do.