To do what you want, you’d have to do the queries that the stats
package does to get the data, then graph it yourself. The page that
shows with the table on it generates a link to a CGI program that
generates the graphic, where the URL contains the data that will be
graphed. So, you’d have to get the data first, then you could graph it
I think there should be a way to code up a URL that will take
you to a specific statistics chart, coding the queue names, time period,
etc into the URL, but I’m not personally familiar enough with Mason to
tell you how to do that.
Kelly F. Hickel
Senior Software Architect
From: Dave Dennis [mailto:email@example.com]
Sent: Tuesday, May 04, 2004 7:22 PM
Subject: [rt-users] exporting Statistics3 graphics
Statistics is pretty cool, but not everyone has the time to drill down
into the specific graphs. What I’d like to do is write a front-end
page that called via url string a particular graph.
Not sure how to perform that – the url just shows something like
How would I then pass the rest of the variables so that it would be
the graph for say 10 days’ worth in the Main queue with weekends
Thanks … I am pretty programmer illiterate when it comes to RT, not
lack of trying but more for lack of skill with Mason / Perl.
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