[rt-commit] CVS Update: rt

Jesse jesse at pallas.eruditorum.org
Tue Feb 29 14:05:45 EST 2000

On Tue, Feb 29, 2000 at 07:58:57PM +0100, Tobias Brox wrote:
> > I was thinking of doing this like
> > 
> > CREATE TABLE Watchers (
> >        id int(11) AUTO_INCREMENT PRIMARY KEY,
> >        Scope CHAR(16), #'Ticket' and 'Queue'
> >        Value int(11), # 0 for all
> Yeah, but I thought that it might make just as much sense having
> Queue and Ticket ... at least if you resolve that problem with the Scrips
> :)
> If Ticket is set and Queue is 0, that means the Ticket should be watched
> also when moved between queues.  If both is set, it means that the ticket
> should only be watched while it's in the right queue.  If both is unset,
> all traffic should be watched.  And finally, if queue is set but not
> ticket, the queue is watched.  I'm already about doing the
> necessary changes here..

I'm _really_ dubious about that functionality. And my way gets us more extensiblity later...
if say, someone wanted to watch a keyword. or an owner.

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