[rt-users] html is request subjects breaking webrt.cgi, and a queestion

Jesse jesse at fsck.com
Tue May 16 18:15:09 EDT 2000

It'd actually not be _too_ bad to add. SQL has a LIMIT To statement.

if you comb through the CVS archives versions tagged at ~ 1-1-1 or 1-1-2 should
have this functionality that you might be able to backport into 1.0.

On Tue, May 16, 2000 at 11:13:01PM +0100, Darren Nickerson wrote:
> Thanks for the reply Jesse!
> >>>>> On Tue, 16 May 2000, "Jesse" == Jesse wrote:
>   Jesse> On Tue, May 16, 2000 at 10:45:40PM +0100, Darren Nickerson wrote:
>   +> Nothing. Hmmmm. Okay, I'll let the "broken pages dues to html in subject"
>   +> slide. But the second issue I'd like to try once more on.
>   +> The web interface seems to only allow me to view the entire queue. The
>   +> resulting table is so big it hammers netscape. Essentially, the web
>   +> interface becomes useless.
>   Jesse> You _can_ apply ohter filters.
> Ermph, you mean with the existing toolset? Status is open for all of these 
> requests, only one queue, for picking requests we are interested in ones which 
> are not owned, requestor = any. Still MASSIVE numbers.
>   +> Is it not possible to view only (for instance) the last 100 requests? Has
>   +> nobody implemented anything like this? I must be way behind the hardware
>   +> curve if you can use this on a large queue in anything approaching
>   +> realtime.
>   Jesse> Generally, at sites I've been at, if you have more than 100 open
>   Jesse> tickets in a single queue and can't filter on owner, it's time to
>   Jesse> split the queue for administrative reasons greater than "RT can't
>   Jesse> deal"
> This is for a massively overloaded support line for a free service. We do what 
> we can, when we can. Every once in awhile I'll resolve a few hundred, as will 
> my colleagues.
>   Jesse> A page-by-page viewer has been hacked together by various people at
>   Jesse> various times, though I've never used one. 2.0 will have something
>   Jesse> like this.
> Since rtq itself does not even have a `-limit 100` type of option, this looks 
> like pretty hard work. Damn, wish I had thought this through a bit better, the 
> ReqNG WWW interface had this (IMHO essential) feature, and I just took it for 
> granted that so would webrt.cgi. My upgrade has completely crippled my support 
> line! :-(
> -Darren

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