Unpriviledged RT2 user comment/reply

Hey all,

Is it possible for an unpriviledged user to comment/reply on the tickets
he’s requestor for ?
This seems to be impossible right now :frowning:

Regards,
Adriaan Peeters

Hey all,

Is it possible for an unpriviledged user to comment/reply on the tickets
he’s requestor for ?
This seems to be impossible right now :frowning:

Regards,
Adriaan Peeters

Grant either ‘Everyone’ or ‘Requestor’ the right to
’CommentOnTicket’ and 'ReplyToTicket’On Tue, Jul 03, 2001 at 03:54:02PM +0200, Adriaan Peeters wrote:

Hey all,

Is it possible for an unpriviledged user to comment/reply on the tickets
he’s requestor for ?
This seems to be impossible right now :frowning:

Regards,
Adriaan Peeters


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With these settings, I can view the ticket, but there is no comment/reply
link or field.

nod The web ui for requestors wasn’t really intended for them to
do ticket updates. It’s somewhat of an oversight, but wouldn’t be
too hard for someone to correct. The users should be able to mail in updates.

    -jOn Tue, Jul 03, 2001 at 04:23:16PM +0200, Adriaan Peeters wrote:

With these settings, I can view the ticket, but there is no comment/reply
link or field.

Grant either ‘Everyone’ or ‘Requestor’ the right to
’CommentOnTicket’ and ‘ReplyToTicket’

Is it possible for an unpriviledged user to comment/reply on the tickets
he’s requestor for ?
This seems to be impossible right now :frowning:

jesse reed vincent – root@eruditorum.orgjesse@fsck.com
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to the gills on mdma that you can’t focus on any given line of text for more
than 10 seconds continuously.”
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Ah, k

It would be a great addition. It’s a bit useless to be able to view the
ticket, but not being able to add comments. Perhaps something for the
wishlist :slight_smile: Add this, and you beat WonderDesk© :slight_smile:

Adriaan

nod The web ui for requestors wasn’t really intended for them to
do ticket updates. It’s somewhat of an oversight, but wouldn’t be
too hard for someone to correct. The users should be able to mail in
updates.

    -j

With these settings, I can view the ticket, but there is no
comment/reply

link or field.

Grant either ‘Everyone’ or ‘Requestor’ the right to
’CommentOnTicket’ and ‘ReplyToTicket’

Is it possible for an unpriviledged user to comment/reply on the
tickets