(RT 2.0 Projects) Saving and sharing searches


#1

I think that searches is representable as URLs, and easily can be stored and
administrated outside RT, i.e. as bookmarks or a static web page.

This has been discussed up and down earlier - unfortunately I have forgotten
the arguments for not having search/filtering options stored outside RT.
Maybe somebody can refresh me?

Further on, I think that more user-options (i.e. what columns to show in the
listing view, listing order, maybe choosing a different set of
templates/elements, etc) also might (and maybe should?) be transferred within
the URL.

Well. Maybe it might make sense to also allow some of the options to be set
either through cookies or DB preferences. Anyway, it’s at least not something
I want to priority. :slight_smile:

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#2

Basically, it comes down to being a “Checklist item” when we’re compared
with commercial packages. It’s not “high priority” and it wouldn’t hold up
the 2.0 release if it wasn’t working, but it’s a nice feature to have RT
manage the lists of frequently used seaches.

jesseOn Thu, Apr 13, 2000 at 07:40:50AM -0400, Tobias Brox via RT wrote:

I think that searches is representable as URLs, and easily can be stored and
administrated outside RT, i.e. as bookmarks or a static web page.

This has been discussed up and down earlier - unfortunately I have forgotten
the arguments for not having search/filtering options stored outside RT.
Maybe somebody can refresh me?

Further on, I think that more user-options (i.e. what columns to show in the
listing view, listing order, maybe choosing a different set of
templates/elements, etc) also might (and maybe should?) be transferred within
the URL.

Well. Maybe it might make sense to also allow some of the options to be set
either through cookies or DB preferences. Anyway, it’s at least not something
I want to priority. :slight_smile:

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