Possible bug with merging tickets that are parent and child

I’m running 2.0.8_02.

I was playing with the ticket Relationships today and merged a child into
it’s parent. This caused RT to recursively try to list all the child links
of the parent when viewing the ticket from /Ticket/Display.html.

Now that the child is merged into the parent, I cannot delete the
relationship. RT responds with:

  • Trying to delete: Base: fsck.com-rt://thrakkorzog/MPDHelp/ticket/727 Target: Type MemberOf

  • Link not found

The only way to get rid of it is to delete the row in Links that defines
the MemberOf relationship between the two tickets.

Is this something that’s already been fixed in 2.0.9 or in CVS?

Travis
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Known bug. Won’t be fixed in 2.0.9. Should be fixed in 2.0.10

http://fsck.com/rt2/NoAuth/Buglist.html will show you all open bugs.

This one is # 872On Thu, Nov 08, 2001 at 12:15:20PM -0600, Travis Campbell wrote:

I’m running 2.0.8_02.

I was playing with the ticket Relationships today and merged a child into
it’s parent. This caused RT to recursively try to list all the child links
of the parent when viewing the ticket from /Ticket/Display.html.

Now that the child is merged into the parent, I cannot delete the
relationship. RT responds with:

  • Trying to delete: Base: fsck.com-rt://thrakkorzog/MPDHelp/ticket/727 Target: Type MemberOf

  • Link not found

The only way to get rid of it is to delete the row in Links that defines
the MemberOf relationship between the two tickets.

Is this something that’s already been fixed in 2.0.9 or in CVS?

Travis

Travis Campbell - Unix Systems Administrator = travis@beast.amd.com
5900 E. Ben White Blvd, Austin, TX 78741 = travis.campbell@amd.com
TEL: (512) 602-1888 PAG: (512) 604-0341 = webmaster@beast.amd.com

  "Does anything work as expected?"  Yes.  An axe through the CPU.

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