Delete tickets?


#1

Hi,

How can i delete a large number of tickets ? (The kill button take a
long time to do…)

Thanx.
Jean Martial LE MAGOROU
AKIO-SOLUTIONS
174 Quai de Jemappes
75010 Paris
Tel : 01 44 52 83 20
jmlm@akio-solutions.com


#2

With RT1, there isn’t a real easy way to scrip the deletion of lots of tickets :/On Fri, Oct 13, 2000 at 04:00:31PM +0200, LE MAGOROU Jean Martial wrote:

Hi,

How can i delete a large number of tickets ? (The kill button take a
long time to do…)

Thanx.

Jean Martial LE MAGOROU
AKIO-SOLUTIONS
174 Quai de Jemappes
75010 Paris
Tel : 01 44 52 83 20
jmlm@akio-solutions.com

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#3

“J” == Jesse jesse@fsck.com writes:
J> With RT1, there isn’t a real easy way to scrip the deletion of lots
J> of tickets :confused:

Shell scripting.

for x in 1 2 3 4; do rt -kill %x; done


#4

Except rt -kill requires you to type “yes” on the next line. which is
certainly scriptable too. but that script won’t do it.On Mon, Oct 16, 2000 at 05:01:06PM -0400, Robert Spier wrote:

“J” == Jesse jesse@fsck.com writes:
J> With RT1, there isn’t a real easy way to scrip the deletion of lots
J> of tickets :confused:

Shell scripting.

for x in 1 2 3 4; do rt -kill %x; done

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#5

“J” == Jesse jesse@fsck.com writes:
J> Except rt -kill requires you to type “yes” on the next line. which
J> is certainly scriptable too. but that script won’t do it.

True.

echo “yes” | rt -kill $x

Or something.