[rt-users] RT2-to-RT3 migration lost ticket data and status change issues
falcone at bestpractical.com
Wed Dec 31 17:58:17 EST 2008
On Dec 31, 2008, at 5:14 PM, Brian Friday wrote:
>>> The status exists in the dumped tickets but that status is not
>>> maintained in the dumpfile to rt3
>>> push rather all resolved tickets are pushed back to new a status we
>>> did not have in RT2.
>> The only change made to Status during the dumpfile -> rt3 script is
>> that if the status
>> is dead it is changed to deleted.
> Status is definitely not dead
I assume select Status from Tickets where id = t-58818; returns
>> Have you verified the output by using Storable to reinflate one of
>> stored ticket files?
> Without sample code I'd hazard a guess you've lost me regarding what
> or how you wish me to use storable.
perl -MStorable -MData::Dumper -le 'print Dumper retrieve("t-111111")'
should retrieve the contents.
>> If so, please send along the content (feel free to strip the
>> subject and anonymise
>> the other data) seeing the hash that ends up in the file would help
>> suggestions, since the Status field is a rather straightforward copy
>> across the
> I had thought so as well but in RT2 we are using status variables
> which do not exist in RT3 and had to be
> added. The comment section of that portion of the SiteConfig indicates
> the existing status's can not be removed.
You can't remove them, there are hooks if you want to rename the rt2
statuses to different ones in rt3 during the import.
> I've sent a off list message containing a sample ticket santized but
> which shows up as resolved in our current database, resolved in the
> ticket dumpfile but new in the RT3 instance. I have also attached
> screenshots of the ticket in the new RT instance showing that the last
> transaction was to resolve the ticket but yet it was imported as new.
I teased apart the ticket file and it doesn't actually have a Status
which explains why it is showing up as new in rt3.
You should verify that FIELD_MAPPINGS in rt-2.0-to-dumpfile
for RT::Ticket contains Status and that your rt2 DB has a
Status column that matches up. The newer versions of
rt-2.0-to-dumpfile use a hardcoded rt2 schema to avoid
needing a really old version of SearchBuilder to function.
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