How to check user group

I added a new element to the main page that shows how many calls each
user has open/new, but I wanted to restrict it so only people in a
certain group see that. What variables can I check to see if the
current user belongs to that group? I’ve tried poking around the perl
modules but couldn’t find anything that looked right.

Thanks,
Dan

This should work:

my $group = new RT::Group($RT::SystemUser);
$group->LoadUserDefinedGroup(“MyGroup”);
if ($group->HasMember($self->CurrentUser->PrincipalObj) {
.
.
.On Mon, Mar 22, 2004 at 12:45:12PM -0600, Daniel Wittenberg wrote:

I added a new element to the main page that shows how many calls each
user has open/new, but I wanted to restrict it so only people in a
certain group see that. What variables can I check to see if the
current user belongs to that group? I’ve tried poking around the perl
modules but couldn’t find anything that looked right.

Thanks,
Dan


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What’s the proper way to initialize $self?

Thanks,
DanOn Mon, 2004-03-22 at 12:25, Todd Chapman wrote:

This should work:

my $group = new RT::Group($RT::SystemUser);
$group->LoadUserDefinedGroup(“MyGroup”);
if ($group->HasMember($self->CurrentUser->PrincipalObj) {
.
.
.

On Mon, Mar 22, 2004 at 12:45:12PM -0600, Daniel Wittenberg wrote:

I added a new element to the main page that shows how many calls each
user has open/new, but I wanted to restrict it so only people in a
certain group see that. What variables can I check to see if the
current user belongs to that group? I’ve tried poking around the perl
modules but couldn’t find anything that looked right.

Thanks,
Dan

Try this:

my $group = new RT::Group($RT::SystemUser);
$group->LoadUserDefinedGroup(“MyGroup”);
if ($group->HasMember($session{‘CurrentUser’}->PrincipalObj) {
.
.
.On Mon, Mar 22, 2004 at 01:39:40PM -0600, Daniel Wittenberg wrote:

What’s the proper way to initialize $self?

Thanks,
Dan

On Mon, 2004-03-22 at 12:25, Todd Chapman wrote:

This should work:

my $group = new RT::Group($RT::SystemUser);
$group->LoadUserDefinedGroup(“MyGroup”);
if ($group->HasMember($self->CurrentUser->PrincipalObj) {
.
.
.

On Mon, Mar 22, 2004 at 12:45:12PM -0600, Daniel Wittenberg wrote:

I added a new element to the main page that shows how many calls each
user has open/new, but I wanted to restrict it so only people in a
certain group see that. What variables can I check to see if the
current user belongs to that group? I’ve tried poking around the perl
modules but couldn’t find anything that looked right.

Thanks,
Dan


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Works perfect, thanks!

DanOn Mon, 2004-03-22 at 13:10, Todd Chapman wrote:

Try this:

my $group = new RT::Group($RT::SystemUser);
$group->LoadUserDefinedGroup(“MyGroup”);
if ($group->HasMember($session{‘CurrentUser’}->PrincipalObj) {
.
.
.

On Mon, Mar 22, 2004 at 01:39:40PM -0600, Daniel Wittenberg wrote:

What’s the proper way to initialize $self?

Thanks,
Dan

On Mon, 2004-03-22 at 12:25, Todd Chapman wrote:

This should work:

my $group = new RT::Group($RT::SystemUser);
$group->LoadUserDefinedGroup(“MyGroup”);
if ($group->HasMember($self->CurrentUser->PrincipalObj) {
.
.
.

On Mon, Mar 22, 2004 at 12:45:12PM -0600, Daniel Wittenberg wrote:

I added a new element to the main page that shows how many calls each
user has open/new, but I wanted to restrict it so only people in a
certain group see that. What variables can I check to see if the
current user belongs to that group? I’ve tried poking around the perl
modules but couldn’t find anything that looked right.

Thanks,
Dan