Changes between Version 3 and Version 4 of SubticketsPlugin/Reporting


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Timestamp:
Jan 11, 2017, 10:19:21 PM (6 weeks ago)
Author:
Theodor Norup
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fix typos and grammar

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  • SubticketsPlugin/Reporting

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    55The plugin SubticketsPlugin contains stored functions that can aid in the reporting of subticket hierarchies in Trac. Using such functions is necessary due to TracReports rewriting of SQL queries.
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    7 The functions are found in the `reporting` [https://github.com/trac-hacks/trac-subtickets-plugin/tree/master/tracsubtickets/reportings subdirectory of the plugin code].
     7The functions are found in the `reporting` [https://github.com/trac-hacks/trac-subtickets-plugin/tree/master/tracsubtickets/reporting subdirectory of the plugin code] and will have to be installed by hand.
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    9 Currently only PostgreSQL is supported. The query technique used is supported by at least MySql and SQLServer, but the DDLs differ slightly. Patches are welcome.
     9Currently. only PostgreSQL is supported. The query technique used is supported by at least MySql and SQLServer, but their DDLs differ slightly. Patches are welcome.
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    1111== Simple Example
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    13 The `tracsubticket_tree()` function returns a depth-first search of all tickets and subtickets. A simple report using that function is:
     13The `tracsubticket_tree()` stored function returns a depth-first search of all tickets and subtickets. A simple report using that function is:
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    1515{{{#!sql