Roundup Tracker - Issues


Author jpend
Date 2007-10-12.15:47:29
This isn't a good solution to the problem described here, but I thought I'd mention it anyway for posterity. If you give a query a name and save it, the roundup core assigns it a database ID. You can then go to http://tracker/queryN to go to that query. You'll still need to click submit on the form to see the results but all the fields will be filled in for you. Unfortunately, I don't think there is an easy way to find out what N is for any given query. If you go to http://tracker/query it will you show you ALL queries (and their database IDs) so you can look through that list and find out which one is yours.
Date User Action Args
2009-02-03 14:23:50adminlinkissue925676 messages
2009-02-03 14:23:50admincreate