From: firstname.lastname@example.org [mailto:rt-users-
email@example.com] On Behalf Of Bob Goldstein
I think when searches are saved, they are associated with you,
or with an RT group. Make sure you save in a group, and that the
other users are also in that same group, with the correct privs.
I am aware of this.
It seems I’ve located the issue, but not a solution yet.
Line 58 of share/html/Search/Elements/SelectSearchesForObjects looks like this:
% my @searches = $object->Attributes->Named(‘SavedSearch’);
But when the queries are stored in the database, they go as these:
| id | name | description |
| 1 | Search - My Tickets | [_1] highest priority tickets I own |
| 2 | Search - Unowned Tickets | [_1] newest unowned tickets |
| 32 | Search - New Cases | New Cases |
| 34 | Search - Resolved Tickets | Resolved Tickets |
| 35 | SavedSearch | Rejected and Resolved Tickets |
The last one, 35, I’ve tried renaming to SavedSearch, and it now shows up.
I’ve attempted to change SelectSearchesForObjects to search for “Search - %” instead, but the wildcard isn’t working.
Anyone have a fix to this?