[Rt-devel] simple search result count discrepancy
ruslan.zakirov at gmail.com
Tue Aug 15 06:20:21 EDT 2006
You get wrong numbers, as now RT shows number of ALL tickets that
match condition, but without ACL checks. As I understand you count
only tickets on the page.
It's very hard to build SQL query that searches by user's conditions
and also applies ACL checks at once. RT does next thing: search by
conditions, count all tickets, fetches tickets and filters the list by
On 8/15/06, Roy El-Hames <rfh at pipex.net> wrote:
> I guess the problem here is that Results.html performs 2 queries, one to
> count the number of tickets for the search and another to fetch the
> results ..
> I modified my instance of RT to only do one query fetching the result
> and count at the same time, which is more accurate and efficient .. not
> quite sure why it was n't designed to do this in the first place, I am
> sure there was a good reason ..
> David Smithson wrote:
> > Forgive me, I'm a lamer ( old term picked up during Commodore Amiga
> > phase ). What do you mean when you say "performance issues"? To me
> > that suggests that there is some variable condition.
> > David Smithson
> > ________________________________
> > -----Original Message-----
> > From: Jesse Vincent [mailto:jesse at bestpractical.com]
> > Sent: Monday, August 14, 2006 10:30 PM
> > To: David Smithson
> > Cc: rt-devel at lists.bestpractical.com
> > Subject: Re: [Rt-devel] simple search result count discrepancy
> > On Mon, Aug 14, 2006 at 10:27:51PM -0700, David Smithson wrote:
> >> Hi. I guess this is sort of a bug, if you happen to use a simple
> > search
> >> in this way:
> >> Where RT has Queues 1-10, and User A owns 371 tickets spread across
> > all
> >> queues, 100 of which are in Queue 1.
> >> * Log in as User B, who has rights to see only Queue 1
> >> * Type 'A' in simple search to find tickets owned by User A
> >> Results header says 'Found 371 tickets', where one might expect it to
> >> say 'Found 100 tickets'. The actual results are the 100 tickets in
> >> Queue 1, which is normal, but the header says differently.
> >> I suppose this might be one of those debatable wishy washy instances
> >> where a config option might end the debate? Any opinions from the dev
> >> department? Should I submit a bug report? I would gladly submit a
> >> patch, but I'm not quite smart enough yet.
> > This comes up every few months. The problem you run into is the
> > horrible, horrible performance issue when checking per-ticket acls.
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Best regards, Ruslan.
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