Cycling through usernames in RT::Users

Does anyone have any code snippet to cycle through all users in a certain
group ?

I’m working on another version of a nag script that will run through each
user’s tickets and toss out reminders. Want to get user’s email address and
name dynamically.

Thanks.

matthew zeier - “In mathematics you don’t understand things. You just
get used to them.” - Johann von Neumann

matthew zeier wrote:

Does anyone have any code snippet to cycle through all users in a certain
group ?

Users->MemberOfGroup() looks like it should do what you want.

matthew zeier wrote:

Does anyone have any code snippet to cycle through all users in a
certain

group ?

Users->MemberOfGroup() looks like it should do what you want.

I was hoping to find something more complete than that. What I have right
now, which isn’t working (I don’t get anything on dumpValue()):

use lib “/opt/rt2/lib”;
use lib “/opt/rt2/etc”;

use RT::Interface::CLI qw(CleanEnv LoadConfig DBConnect
GetCurrentUser GetMessageContent);

CleanEnv();
LoadConfig();
DBConnect();

use RT::Date;
use RT::Queue;
use RT::Tickets;
use RT::Users;

my $users_obj = new RT::Users($RT::SystemUser);
$users_obj->MemberOfGroup(‘6’);

while (my $user = $users_obj->Next) {
dumpValue($user);
}

$RT::Handle->Disconnect();

I don’t appear to enter the while() loop.

  • mz

matthew zeier writes:

I was hoping to find something more complete than that. What I have
right
now, which isn’t working (I don’t get anything on dumpValue()):

Try something like:

use RT::Group;

my $group = new RT::Group($RT::SystemUser);
$group->Load(‘groupname’);
$mo = $group->MembersObj;

while ($groupmember_obj = $mo->Next) {
$user_obj = $groupmember_obj->UserObj;
print $user_obj->Name,"\n";
}

You need to start with the group, then iterate through the membership,
converting those to users.
-Matt

Very cool, thanks!----- Original Message -----
From: “Matthew D. Stock” stock@cse.Buffalo.EDU
To: “matthew zeier” mrz@intelenet.net
Cc: “Phil Homewood” pdh@snapgear.com; rt-users@lists.fsck.com
Sent: Sunday, February 17, 2002 3:56 PM
Subject: Re: [rt-users] cycling through usernames in RT::Users

matthew zeier writes:

I was hoping to find something more complete than that. What I have
right
now, which isn’t working (I don’t get anything on dumpValue()):

Try something like:

use RT::Group;

my $group = new RT::Group($RT::SystemUser);
$group->Load(‘groupname’);
$mo = $group->MembersObj;

while ($groupmember_obj = $mo->Next) {
$user_obj = $groupmember_obj->UserObj;
print $user_obj->Name,"\n";
}

You need to start with the group, then iterate through the membership,
converting those to users.
-Matt


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Quoting matthew zeier mrz@intelenet.net [17 Feb-02 17:46]:

matthew zeier wrote:

Does anyone have any code snippet to cycle through all
users in a certain group ?

Users->MemberOfGroup() looks like it should do what you want.

I was hoping to find something more complete than that. What I
have right now, which isn’t working (I don’t get anything on
dumpValue()):

use lib “/opt/rt2/lib”;
use lib “/opt/rt2/etc”;

use RT::Interface::CLI qw(CleanEnv LoadConfig DBConnect
GetCurrentUser GetMessageContent);

CleanEnv();
LoadConfig();
DBConnect();

use RT::Date;
use RT::Queue;
use RT::Tickets;
use RT::Users;

my $users_obj = new RT::Users($RT::SystemUser);
$users_obj->MemberOfGroup(‘6’);

while (my $user = $users_obj->Next) {
dumpValue($user);
}

$RT::Handle->Disconnect();

I don’t appear to enter the while() loop.

I think if you ran this under strict you’d find that there is no
dumpValue() defined.

(darren)

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and make fun of it.
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