There may be more than one way to answer this, but I went through this
issue yesterday. Since it looks like most people resolve a ticket by
clicking on ‘Resolve’ at the top of the ticket page, I looked there.
What I found was it passes in Action=Comment as one of the args on the
resolve link. I found that changing this to Action=Respond has the
effect that it changes that drop down box on the resolve page to default
to the Respond to Requestors.
Maybe I only changed this in one place and I’m not solving the issue,
but it looks like it will work for me.
The only problem I have now is I’d like to get RT3 to email the comments
someone enters when the resolve the ticket. I’ve updated the OnResolve
Comments on resolved ticket:
But that produces:
This transaction appears to have no content
I do get a separate comment email to the requestor with the comments.
Anyone know how to disable that email on resolve, but put those comments
in the resolve email? I hope that made sense.
FYI, if anyone is interested in how I changed the Resolve link to make
comments to the requestor…
Created the dir: (Ticket/Elements did not yet exist)
Moved /opt/rt3/share/html/Ticket/Elements/ to the above dir
On line 154, changed Action=Comment to Action=Respond-----Original Message-----
[mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org] On Behalf Of Vicki
Sent: Thursday, May 12, 2005 4:19 PM
Subject: [rt-users] What determines whether ticket resolution responds
to requestors or not?
I have been asked to change the Update Type to "Respond to Requestors"
when resolving tickets. I have seen code to do this, but my question is
more basic. It seems that sometimes when I resolve tickets, it is set to
“Respond to Requestors” and other times not. Can someone explain the
criteria that determine which update type is used?
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