Name of the requestor's groups

Hi all,

I am ever-so-close to finishing a scrip, but there is one sticking
point. How can I find the NAME (not id, object, etc.) of each group
that the requestor is a member of? I cannot find an example of this.

Thanks again,
Vance

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/Elements/ShowMembers does this. It isn’t pretty, but then you probably
only care about UserDefined Groups so that would be easier.

Joby Walker
ITI SSG, University of Washington


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Vance Vagell wrote:

Hi all,

I am ever-so-close to finishing a scrip, but there is one sticking
point. How can I find the NAME (not id, object, etc.) of each group
that the requestor is a member of? I cannot find an example of this.

Thanks again,
Vance


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Vance,

Have a look at sample code from Groups_Overlay (perldoc
Groups_Overlay.pm):

use RT::Groups;
my $groups = $RT::Groups->new($CurrentUser);
$groups->LimitToReal();
while (my $group = $groups->Next()) {
print $group->Id ." is a group id\n";
}

Would it help you?

MichaelOn Tue, 2005-10-04 at 18:47 -0400, Vance Vagell wrote:

Hi all,

I am ever-so-close to finishing a scrip, but there is one sticking
point. How can I find the NAME (not id, object, etc.) of each group
that the requestor is a member of? I cannot find an example of this.

Thanks again,
Vance


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