Error on SetDue

Hi,

Please find below the Custom action clean up code for Seting DueDate based on a condition:

use strict;
use warnings;
my $date1=$self->TicketObj->FirstCustomFieldValue(‘CI Valid Till’);
my $date2=$self->TicketObj->FirstCustomFieldValue(‘Date In Gabriel’);
my($mm1,$dd1,$yyyy1) = split ///, $date1;
my($mm2,$dd2,$yyyy2) = split ///, $date2;
my $duedate = $yyyy1."-".$mm1."-".$dd1." 00:00:00";
$self->TicketObj->SetDue( $duedate->ISO);
return 1;

Why is that the SetDue isnt working? Any help?

Regards,
Tony John

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hi,

i don’t know if it can help, but i don’t use the ->ISO on setDue.
$self->TicketObj->SetDue($duedate); // when $duedate = “2009–11-23
00:00:00”;
maybe this can help,
regards,On 23/11/2009 11:20, TONY JOHN - ERS, HCL Tech wrote:

Hi,

Please find below the Custom action clean up code for Seting DueDate
based on a condition:

use strict;

use warnings;

my $date1=$self->TicketObj->FirstCustomFieldValue(‘CI Valid Till’);

my $date2=$self->TicketObj->FirstCustomFieldValue(‘Date In Gabriel’);

my($mm1,$dd1,$yyyy1) = split ///, $date1;

my($mm2,$dd2,$yyyy2) = split ///, $date2;

my $duedate = $yyyy1."-".$mm1."-".$dd1." 00:00:00";

$self->TicketObj->SetDue( $duedate->ISO);

return 1;

Why is that the SetDue isnt working? Any help?

Regards,

Tony John

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Tony,

We have a Custom Field called “Need-By Date” that we have the customer
fill out and we use that to set the “Due Date” of the ticket when they
create a ticket. It overrides the default due date timing set up for the
queue. This is the code we use:

set new values for Due Date from CF Need-by-Date

my $trans = $self->TransactionObj;
my $ticket = $self->TicketObj;
my $cf_date = $ticket->FirstCustomFieldValue(‘Need-By Date’);

split up the date parts into a temporary array

my @parts = split(/[/-]/, $cf_date);

put date parts back together

my $new_date = sprintf("%d-%d-%d", $parts[2], $parts[0], $parts[1]);

format new date based on RT

my $duedate = RT::Date->new($RT::SystemUser);
$duedate->Set(Format=>‘unknown’, Value=>$new_date);
$ticket->SetDue($duedate->ISO);
return 1;

This works every time for us. Hope it helps.

Kenn
LBNLOn 11/23/2009 2:20 AM, TONY JOHN - ERS, HCL Tech wrote:

Hi,

Please find below the Custom action clean up code for Seting DueDate
based on a condition:

use strict;

use warnings;

my $date1=$self->TicketObj->FirstCustomFieldValue(‘CI Valid Till’);

my $date2=$self->TicketObj->FirstCustomFieldValue(‘Date In Gabriel’);

my($mm1,$dd1,$yyyy1) = split ///, $date1;

my($mm2,$dd2,$yyyy2) = split ///, $date2;

my $duedate = $yyyy1."-".$mm1."-".$dd1." 00:00:00";

$self->TicketObj->SetDue( $duedate->ISO);

return 1;

Why is that the SetDue isnt working? Any help?

Regards,

Tony John

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