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This error occurred trying to open some Java applications.
My Operation System is Linux Mint Nadia 64 bits (same base of Ubuntu 64 bits).
libXtst was already installed, but the error still happen. I could solve it installing the 32 bits version of the lib:
sudo apt-get install libxtst6:i386
Hope it helps you to!
Approval workflows can be created in different ways on OTRS.
There is a simple way to do that using ITSMIncidentProblemManagement.
With ITSMIncidentProblemManagement package, you get a Decision link on ticket menu. Obviously some configurations have to be done in order to this link be shown only for some users like a department manager (we will call this role decision makers now on). This also can be made in different ways.
I’d like to show a way to create those workflows. I made it this days and see to be efficient.
We have a group called Service Desk which watchs a queue called “ServiceDesk”. This team receives and process all tickets on the system and try to solve them. They also send some tickets to approval when it’s needed.
So we have to create a queue for each decision group. We may have decision makers on IT and decision makers on HR department for example.
We have those queues on the system:
- Ask Approval
- IT Decision Makers
- HR Decision Makers
- Infraestructure specialist
- Applications specialist
When the ServiceDesk identifies a request which needs approval, they send it to the respective decision maker group.
The Decision Maker approves or not the ticket and he or she move it again to the service desk queue.
How to show Decision link only for decision makers?
Decision Makers will be registered on 2 groups: decisionit and decisionhr
Go to the SysConfig and access Ticket -> Frontend::Agent::Ticket::MenuModule
Find Ticket::Frontend::MenuModule###420-Decision and add a key called “Group” with this content: “rw:decisionit;rw:decisionhr”.
And it’s done!
Making it better
To make the decision maker’s life easier, I created a module (and a package) that moves the ticket to a “next defined queue”, in the same screen where the approval is done. In our example, the ticket will be moved back to the ServiceDesk queue.
After it’s installation, you may configure it on Sysconfig -> Ticket -> Frontend::Agent::Ticket::ViewDecisionMove
I have just developed my first version of a module called Kernel::System::CustomerAuth::JoomlaSSO
It allows Joomla logged users to access directly OTRS Customer interface (with automatic login) with no need to type user and pw again. OTRS Customer Backend should be the same as joomla for it to work.
Some customizetion are need on Joomla and OTRS side, so it’s not a module yet.
If you are interested on it, contact me please.
My first plugin on wordpress.org