Parent? Children? Depends on? Depended on by?

Hi,
Who can point me on any document, README or anything that could let me
understant what dows “Parent” and “Depends on” mean?
Not in “english” but what is their meaning to RT. Is it just formal, or
if I declare a ticket beeing the children of another it means that when
I change the status of one something will happen on the other? And for
"Depends on"?
If there is just a FAQ or README about that please let me know.
Thanks
Rafael

At this point, they’re informational, though scrips can be written to take
them into account and do things.On Tue, Aug 14, 2001 at 12:26:39AM +0200, Rafael Corvalan wrote:

Hi,
Who can point me on any document, README or anything that could let me
understant what dows “Parent” and “Depends on” mean?
Not in “english” but what is their meaning to RT. Is it just formal, or
if I declare a ticket beeing the children of another it means that when
I change the status of one something will happen on the other? And for
"Depends on"?
If there is just a FAQ or README about that please let me know.
Thanks
Rafael


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At this point, they’re informational, though scrips can be written to take
them into account and do things.

Yeah, we were looking at this the other day, in an attempt to solve an
issue we may have using a queue for provisioning … we were hoping that
linked tickets (parent / child etc) meant that you couldnt close off one
when something it depended on, or depended on it was open …
unfortunatley not :frowning: … mebbe a suggestion for a later release ?

Simon.