[rt-users] trying to calculate time worked per transaction / ticket using SQL

Tom Lahti tlahti at dmsolutions.com
Mon Dec 2 19:07:17 EST 2013


Why don’t use you want to use REST?  You’re shooting yourself in the foot; when you upgrade RT, your queries will no longer work and will have to be updated.  If you use the REST interface, you can upgrade with impunity and not have to worry about your queries not working anymore.

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Tom

On Dec 1, 2013, at 11:18 PM, Chris Herrmann <chrisherrmann7 at gmail.com<mailto:chrisherrmann7 at gmail.com>> wrote:

Hi all,

Just bumping this one - does anyone have any suggestions? Am I approaching this the wrong way? Using MySQL btw if that makes a difference.

Thanks,

Chris

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From: Chris Herrmann <chrisherrmann7 at gmail.com<mailto:chrisherrmann7 at gmail.com>>
Date: 24 November 2013 22:11
Subject: trying to calculate time worked per transaction / ticket using SQL
To: rt-users at lists.bestpractical.com<mailto:rt-users at lists.bestpractical.com>


Hi all,

I'm trying to put together a SQL query to present a view, that allows summaries of data to be performed in reporting tools. I have a feeling that this question has been asked before and answered, but my google-fu is failing me, so apologies in advance... I've only found questions about using RT-REST, for example (which I don't want to do).

I'm using RT 3.8.7 (yes I know it's old and it's in the pipeline to upgrade but we have a bunch of other systems that are integrated with RT and so it's not a simple "just upgrade RT" project for us.

Anyway, what I want to end up with is the following fields:

Tickets.EffectiveID
Queues.Name
Tickets.Owner
Transactions.Creator
Transactions.TimeTaken
Transactions.Created
Tickets.Status
Tickets.Started
Tickets.Resolved
Tickets.Created
Transactions.Type

So i can easily point various reports at it and work from there.

the sql I'm using is...
SELECT
Tickets.EffectiveId AS TicketID,
Queues.`Name` AS Queue,
Tickets.`Owner` AS OwnerID,
Transactions.Creator AS TransactionCreatorID,
Transactions.TimeTaken AS TimeTaken,
Transactions.Created AS TransactionCreated,
Tickets.`Status` AS TicketStatus,
Tickets.Started AS TicketStarted,
Tickets.Resolved AS TicketResolved,
Tickets.Created AS TicketCreated,
Transactions.Type AS TransactionType
FROM
((((Tickets
JOIN Transactions ON ((Transactions.ObjectId = Tickets.id)))
JOIN Queues ON ((Queues.id = Tickets.Queue)))))

but I'm not getting the results I expect...

or even something far simpler like:
SELECT
Transactions.Creator,
sum(Transactions.TimeTaken/60) AS TimeInHours,
Month(Transactions.Created) AS TransactionMonth,
Year(Transactions.Created) AS TransactionYear
FROM
Tickets JOIN Transactions ON Transactions.ObjectId = Tickets.id
where Transactions.Created > "2013-10-01"
group by Creator, Month(Transactions.Created), Year(Transactions.Created)

just to try and compare the numbers... that I'm seeing with timeworked.pl...

Now my problem is that the numbers I'm getting don't match those returned by REST - for example using the timeworked.pl<http://timeworked.pl/> script..

Is there a definitive SQL somewhere that I should use to return these?... and any pointers on what transaction types I should be avoiding or how to avoid double counting merged transactions I would be very grateful...

Thankyou!

Chris




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