Thank you very much.
I’ll use the wildcard because the people who need to list Users aren’t
I don’t have a lot of users, so the speed isn’t problem, but I’m
interested in your formating, because it’s necessary for me to print
Organization name :
So this is my search :
Do you know how I can give it for the rt staff users, like a kind of
saved search ?
Jerrad Pierce a ï¿½crit :> On Fri, Sep 18, 2009 at 14:07, Lander, Scott email@example.com wrote:
The easiest way I know of is, at the bottom of the Configuration->Users page, check the 'Include disabled users in search" box, and in the query box, just put a % (sql wild card). You should get a list of everyone there!
This is what Kevin said above.
RTx::BecomeUser is relatively quick, and will list
priveleged and unpriveleged separately, but in select
fields and you must have SuperUser.
If using the wildcard trick, you can get everyone on one
page by tweaking the URI, and also speed things up by eliminating
extraneous info/markup e.g;
That actually loads faster on my box than a single page of the the
default formatted table.
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