[rt-devel] RT 1.3.22 released

Jesse jesse at fsck.com
Tue Nov 21 02:47:10 EST 2000

Hrm.  I haven't actually tested mail sending since sometime before the 
alpha-1 release.  The scrips system has been the next thing on my list
to overhaul once I get ACLs basically working (Once I get the mechanics in
place and fix the things they break).  ACLs are basically there.
Tonight, I did the first bit of work on making watchers stuff behave,
which is the first step to working mailing.  I suspect that something 
got munged a bit ago.   More updates as I have them.


On Tue, Nov 21, 2000 at 05:28:34PM +1000, Byron Ellacott wrote:
> Hi folks,
> I'm trying to get the RT development version into a workable state, since
> there are some in house feature requests for our ticketing, some of which
> are added (or planned) in the development tree, and some of which don't
> make much sense outside APNIC.  I've been following development since
> 1.3.18 or so, and each revision, I've not been able to get mail returned
> from the system.
> Each version reports an error in the same piece of code - line 109 of
> Transaction.pm, where it calls $Scrip->ScripObj->LoadAction().  The error
> message I get (after uncommenting the die handler) is
> "RT::Scrip::LoadAction Unimplemented in RT::Transaction."
> Does anyone have any idea why this message is appearing?  Even more
> confusing, with the ACL stuff, between the "Searching for scrips" debug
> message at line 96 and the LoadAction() call at line 109, two ACL queries
> are being executed.  The only line between the debug message and the
> LoadAction() call is $PossibleScrips->Next(), and an extra debug statement
> verifies that's not doing the ACL calls.
> So, somewhere, something is reporting "RT::Scrip::LoadAction" to be
> unimplemented, during the call to LoadAction().  Even more curious, a
> quick search for "Unimplemented" through all the RT code produces no
> results.
> The very first debug message in LoadAction() is also never reached, or
> never output.
> The Scrip in question is NotifyRegularWatchersOnCorrespond(), though
> Autoreply does the same thing.
> Does anyone have any idea what is going on?
> -- 
> bje
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