[rt-devel] SetQueue in Ticket.pm
jesse at bestpractical.com
Sun Nov 25 23:10:02 EST 2001
The patch will work just fine, though you basically are "safer" using
Nobody->Id, rather than Nobody->Name.
On Sun, Nov 25, 2001 at 11:00:04PM -0500, Michael Alan Dorman wrote:
> Edstrom Johan johan.edstrom at sca.com writes:
> > I've got a rather silly problem and was hoping somebody had
> > a workaround....
> > in Ticket.pm when trying to move a case without a owner to a new queue (from
> > the default)
> > it'll blow up with a Mason Error as follows:
> > line 355: Can't call method "fetchrow" on an undefined value
> > context: ...
> > 351: my $query = shift;
> > 352: my @bind_values = @_;
> > 353: my $sth = $self->SimpleQuery($query, @bind_values);
> > 354:
> > 355: return ($sth->fetchrow);
> > I assume it's trying to find the Owner of the ticket?
> > Is this working as "Designed" or is it a bug.
> I entered this as bug #1016, with the attached patch, which Jesse
> seems to have found acceptable in intent if not in execution. It does
> solve the problem.
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