RT2/1.1.1 Rtq wierdness


#1

Num ! Owner Age Told State Requestor Subject
foo$VAR1 = ‘0’;
$VAR2 = {
‘TABLE’ => ‘Tickets’,
‘EXT_LINKFIELD’ => undef,
‘ALIAS’ => undef,
‘INT_LINKFIELD’ => undef,
‘OPERATOR’ => ‘=’,
‘FIELD’ => ‘status’,
‘ENTRYAGGREGATOR’ => undef,
‘VALUE’ => ‘open’
};
$VAR3 = ‘HASH(0x832de98)’;
$VAR4 = {};
1 00 Nobody

Is this normal for rtq ??? The above is the output I get from rtq with no
command line options. I have also tried rtq -unowned and it gives same
response.
This is RT2 (Rt1.1.1) from cvs. (Checked out today).
There is one ticket in the DB that it should display (Not owned by anyone).

Kent Longballa
Network Supervisor
Onvoy
612.230.4188

“Unix is user friendly, Its just picky about its friends.”


#2

it’s debugging outpitOn Wed, Jun 07, 2000 at 01:54:12PM -0500, Kent Longballa wrote:

Num ! Owner Age Told State Requestor Subject

foo$VAR1 = ‘0’;
$VAR2 = {
‘TABLE’ => ‘Tickets’,
‘EXT_LINKFIELD’ => undef,
‘ALIAS’ => undef,
‘INT_LINKFIELD’ => undef,
‘OPERATOR’ => ‘=’,
‘FIELD’ => ‘status’,
‘ENTRYAGGREGATOR’ => undef,
‘VALUE’ => ‘open’
};
$VAR3 = ‘HASH(0x832de98)’;
$VAR4 = {};
1 00 Nobody

Is this normal for rtq ??? The above is the output I get from rtq with no
command line options. I have also tried rtq -unowned and it gives same
response.
This is RT2 (Rt1.1.1) from cvs. (Checked out today).
There is one ticket in the DB that it should display (Not owned by anyone).

Kent Longballa
Network Supervisor
Onvoy
612.230.4188

“Unix is user friendly, Its just picky about its friends.”


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#3

Is this normal for rtq ???

Hm. If it is, it shouldn’t be :slight_smile:

‘./rtq general’ shows up nothing at all here, which is just as weird
because there are requests there.

Could the person who volunteered to hack the command line tools please
take one step forward? :slight_smile:

At least I get a nice queue listing in the web interface now.

The above is the output I get from rtq with no
command line options.

Wow. Yes, it did the same here. Really weird.

This is RT2 (Rt1.1.1) from cvs. (Checked out today).

I guess you’ve read the disclaimer in the README? :slight_smile:

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cocksure and the intelligent are full of doubt.”

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#4

it’s debugging outpit

I’ll locate it and eliminate it.

“The trouble with the world is that the stupid are
cocksure and the intelligent are full of doubt.”

  • Bertrand Russell