10. 05. 2011 Oreste Attanasio EriZone & OTRS

Creare ticket per operazioni pianificate

Per aziende ben strutturate e’ importante tener traccia di ogni operazione effettuata, notando tutte le risorse utilizzate per lo svolgimento del task. Questo concetto e’ valido anche per le operazioni di manutenzione ordinaria, come ad esempio il controllo di un ciclo di backup.

Sarebbe molto utile creare dei ticket in OTRS che non solo ci ricordano della operazione da effettuare, ma che tengano traccia di ogni dettaglio relativo al task in questione.

Jens Bothe di OTRS, tra l’altro relatore alla conferenza Nagios in programma il 12 Maggio, ha scritto un interessante script, che permette di creare ticket in automatico, da un file ics, generato da un applicazione calendario. Lo script, inoltre, utilizza l’interfaccia SOAP per comunicare con il sistema OTRS.

Qui il link per il download dello script:

http://blog.otrs.org/2010/11/11/proof-of-concept-creating-reoccuring-tickets-for-task

Oreste Attanasio

Oreste Attanasio

Team Leader Service & Support at Würth Phoenix
I graduated in Applied Computer Science at the University of Bolzano in 2006. After 3 years of experience as consultant in a small IT business IT I decided to move on, and found Würth Phoenix as a good starting point for a career. After serving several years as a developer, consultant and support engineer, I now lead the Service & Support Team and aim to deliver best quality services to our customers, by helping them using our products together with the strength of Open Source, in which I strongly believe.

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Oreste Attanasio

I graduated in Applied Computer Science at the University of Bolzano in 2006. After 3 years of experience as consultant in a small IT business IT I decided to move on, and found Würth Phoenix as a good starting point for a career. After serving several years as a developer, consultant and support engineer, I now lead the Service & Support Team and aim to deliver best quality services to our customers, by helping them using our products together with the strength of Open Source, in which I strongly believe.

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