We faced the problem, that SRs are routed only on behalve of summary and description, although there are additional informations in the worklog.
We solved this with an indicator 'Worklogs exist' under the description.
It's a static text on the main tab, which is triggerd by a condition of the Conditional Expression Manager (CHasWorklog: (Select count(*) from worklog where recordkey = :ticketid and class='SR') > 0).
The signature option used is 'READ'. Under conditional properties I've defined a condition 'CHasWorkLog' for security group 'EVERYONE', which sets the property 'display' to 'false', if the condition is false – this works perfect.
Now I try to expand this with a 'Commlog-Indicator' – exactly the same mechanism with a new condition 'CHasCommLog'(Select count(*) from commlog where ownerid = :ticketuid and inbound = 1 and subject like '%##%') > 0.
Here I use a new signature Option 'SHasCommlog' and also the display-property.
This doesn't work.
Thanks for your ideas.
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5 replies Latest Post - 2012-10-19T13:18:23Z by maxmix
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Updated on 2012-10-19T13:18:23Z at 2012-10-19T13:18:23Z by maxmix
Re: Multiple indicators on SR - conditional Properties2012-10-11T13:45:12Z in response to maxmixHi Manuel
Thanks for helping again :)
I've added the ownertable and my queries deliver correct results (SQLDeveloper on Windows7) - for my testcases now and before.
Oracle-Version: 11g on AIX, TSRM on Redhat-Linux, Front-End Windows7 with IE8.
Re: Multiple indicators on SR - conditional Properties2012-10-12T09:37:16Z in response to mandreasWell, I have two angles here:
Either an encoding problem (rather seldom, could be explained by the "same script works in sqldeveloper"),
or an UI/App problem.
The later one has a breadth of issues affecting your outcome. Easiest would be the UI indicator being placed inside a section attributed to relatedtickets. Others range from different ui components being affected differently by sigoptions (i.e. buttons different then checkbox), I am sure these are release specific bugs though, yet, I came across those quite often.
So either way: turn on your sql logging to INFO and try finding the UI checks. We'll take it from there.
Re: Multiple indicators on SR - conditional Properties2012-10-16T13:21:18Z in response to maxmixIt's solved - I tried (again) some combinations of signature, settings, etc.
The problem was, that the signature (hasComLog) has to be visible and checked (Security Group, Application). It seems not to be possible - in configuration of conditional properties - to set the value for 'display' to true, if the expression is true (set to false if expression is false works fine).
Thanks for help.
Re: Multiple indicators on SR - conditional Properties2012-10-19T13:18:23Z in response to mandreasHi andreas,
yeah the conditional properties seem much more generically powerful than they really are. Samething here.
> exactly the same mechanism with a new condition
was were I missed you probably, you meant the same concept only in reverse, while I assumed "all the same".
no hard feelings, I greatly appreciate that you do post back your findings for common knowledge sharing, most others dump questions and do not bother to ever return their end of the story, being it a fix, a workaround or a totally different handling of the underlying goal.
So to you too, have a nice weekend!