Reminders for tickets

Greetings. I dropped this one in here a couple days ago to no response.
Thought I would try again, as I cant imagine that I am the only person
who wants to have people reminded that they have tickets :slight_smile:
I am running rt-remind.pm (modified for local install) seems to fail on
the following 4 lines (on other overlays?) when I run it from the
command line. Has anyone experienced this before?
Errors:
“my” variable $id masks earlier declaration in same scope at
RT/CustomField_Overlay.pm line 879.
“my” variable $id masks earlier declaration in same scope at
RT/CustomField_Overlay.pm line 914.
“my” variable $msg masks earlier declaration in same scope at
RT/Ticket_Overlay.pm line 3021.
“my” variable $groupmembers masks earlier declaration in same scope at
RT/Tickets_Overlay.pm line 921.

Thanks,
-Jay

You’re redefining variables that are already defined. Does the
unmodified for local install version of rt-remind.pm work? If so, you
botched the mods on your local.

Jay Vlavianos wrote:

Greetings. I dropped this one in here a couple days ago to no
response. Thought I would try again, as I cant imagine that I am the
only person who wants to have people reminded that they have tickets J

I am running rt-remind.pm (modified for local install) seems to fail
on the following 4 lines (on other overlays?) when I run it from the
command line. Has anyone experienced this before?

Errors:

“my” variable $id masks earlier declaration in same scope at
RT/CustomField_Overlay.pm line 879.

“my” variable $id masks earlier declaration in same scope at
RT/CustomField_Overlay.pm line 914.

“my” variable $msg masks earlier declaration in same scope at
RT/Ticket_Overlay.pm line 3021.

“my” variable $groupmembers masks earlier declaration in same scope at
RT/Tickets_Overlay.pm line 921.

Thanks,

-Jay



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