I’ve got a fresh install of RT 3.2.2 on FedoraCore 3, running httpd
2.0.52-3.1, perl 5.8.5, using mod_perl. Everything works, but I’m
having trouble with turning on the ‘ShowNavigation’ feature in the
Element MyRequests (or any of the Elements for that matter).
I’ve copied MyRequests from
/var/lib/rt3/local/html/Elements/MyRequests and changed the one line
with ShowNavigation from a ‘0’ to a ‘1’.
The main page shows up just fine when I reload it in the browser, but
when I click on the link, I get the following:
The requested URL /Order=DESC&Query=Owner = ‘Nobody’ AND ( Status = ‘new’ OR Status = ‘open’)&Rows=10&OrderBy=Created&Page=2&Format=‘id/TITLE:#’, ‘Subject/TITLE:Subject’, QueueName, ExtendedStatus, CreatedRelative, 'Take/TITLE: ’ was not found on this server.
The interesting thing is that the Link I clicked on is:
But the link at the top of the MyRequests section seems ot have:
So I wonder if the way the Query is put together when the
ShowNavigation is turned on is broken somewhere? Could there be an
issue with the Elements/TicketList code?
my $prev = $m->comp('/Elements/QueryString', Query => $Query, Format => $Format, Rows => $Rows, OrderBy => $OrderBy, Order => $Order, Page => ($Page-1));
So it looks like I need to put in some code to include the PATH to the
"/Elements/SearchResults.html?" target, to base the query upon. I see
that QueryString is just a filter to encode the arguements, but
wouldn’t they already be encoded properly, since it’s part of the RT
I’m going to keep poking at this, I’ll probably come upwith a solution
about 2 minutes after I send this problem report in…