[rt-devel] CC hack

Jesse jesse at fsck.com
Sat Aug 11 14:08:13 EDT 2001

The real trick is that you can't just add the html form. you also need to add
the call to ProcessTicketWatchers( TicketObj => $Ticket, ARGSRef => \%ARGS);
so that watchers get updated. Look at the code in the INIT section of

On Mon, Jul 30, 2001 at 11:43:10AM +1000, Teo de Hesselle wrote:
> As our largest RT group *needs* to be able to forward a lot of their
> requests to non RT using people, I've decided to try to add in
> Ticket/Elements/EditPeople into Ticket/Update.html
> Doing it the 'Simple' way doesn't work. (Taking the 'people' bit from
> ModifyAll.html and adding it just before the </FORM> in Update)
> My problem is that I haven't "done" mason before... exactly where is the
> code which processes the form elements? Although the form posts to itself
> most of the time, I can't find any perl code which processes the form... 
> I know this must be a mason newbie question, but bare with me... Thanks In
> Advance... 
> Teo.
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