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  1. Hi @LifeOfJonny, I can recreate your issue, but I'd suggest you consider using Asset::updateAsset2 instead.
  2. Hi @bernie, It is indeed a table and field I was referring to.
  3. Hi @bernie, The 'auditTransactionId' and the ' TransactionId'-s in the 'EspApiTransactions' log are NOT the same. The auditTransactionIds refer to auditing that is done for the audit trails within the Project, Supplier and Timesheet Managers. For this you could have a look at h_sys_audit_trail.h_txn_id.
  4. Hi @Chris, I believe I might have found and fixed the issue you appear to be having. Please download the latest release (v2.4.2) of the import tool and please get back to me either way.
  5. Do the numbers add up? There should be a few entries of [Azure] Found ### Users before a [Azure] No Skip Token Found signals the end of whatever is found/processed via Azure. It is likely chunked in lots of 100. The summary at the end is indicative of what has been processed. It currently suggests that from the 100++ Azure accounts found only 32 were processed. That is admittedly quite a disparity. Looking through the code, I have a sneaky suspicion: Could you please confirm whether the 32 is the last number (or near enough) of users found in Azure before the "No Skip Token Found"-message? N.B. Errors regarding managers not being found can be ignored - they have no bearing here - as far as I can tell.
  6. Hi @Chris, Does the log file provide any hint about what went wrong?
  7. Hi @Will J Douglas, Our iBridge connection does not inject the necessary extra code to make the mentions work, so it is very unlikely that anyone has got this working. The reason this has not (yet) been done is that behind the scenes, in order to make a mention, you would need all the targets' GUID (i.e. the very longy ID used to identify the target (user, channel, group etc)). Our code would also need to know what "type" the target is as well. There would be two ways for us to obtain that information: through querying Teams (but we would have to search through each type (for each mention)) or by adding extra areas in the Cloud interface and for you to know the GUIDs (or store them against the intended recipients).
  8. Hi Sams, Iv'e sent you a message about e-mail Auto responder for Supportworks,

    thanks,

    Si.

     

  9. Hi @R3ECEM, You can use SQL expressions for any rules - there is NO database behind the scenes though, so the use of SELECT is not going to do anything other than cause errors. You might be able to try: subject REGEXP ('^[0-9]{7}') which should returns either true or false depending on whether the first 7 characters of the subject are digits or not.
  10. @R3ECEM LEFT(subject, 7) will give the first 7 characters.
  11. And in addition to that, @R3ECEM , you might also find relevant info in: https://wiki.hornbill.com/index.php/Email_Routing_Rules
  12. Hi @R3ECEM, You might find what you want here: https://wiki.hornbill.com/index.php/Routing_Rules_-_Call_Logging
  13. Hi @samwoo, When I run [Net.ServicePointManager]::SecurityProtocol I get "SystemDefault" returned. From what I gather this is defined in a registry entry specific to the .Net framework in use. So, I would gather that one of the following might have happened: An upgrade/removal of a .Net version A tweak to the registry to fix some other script
  14. Hi @samwoo, I cannot recreate your issue myself (it seems a Powershell error), so it seems unlikely that the issue is our server. Could you please run the following on your PowerShell command line: [Net.ServicePointManager]::SecurityProtocol This should identify what security protocol is currently set. If the result does not contain not TLS ("Tls" in Powershell speak), run the following before trying the script: [Net.ServicePointManager]::SecurityProtocol = [Net.SecurityProtocolType]::Tls12
  15. Hi @Dan Munns, The following SQL will get you your random 5 entries (of the filtered) per analyst. SELECT * FROM ( SELECT h_pk_reference, h_summary, h_datelogged, h_resolvedby_username, h_source_type, h_fk_team_name , ROW_NUMBER() OVER (PARTITION BY h_resolvedby_username) AS row_num FROM h_itsm_requests WHERE h_pk_reference LIKE '%IN%' AND h_status = 'status.closed' AND (h_datelogged >= LAST_DAY(NOW() - INTERVAL 2 MONTH) + INTERVAL 1 DAY) AND (h_datelogged < LAST_DAY(NOW() - INTERVAL 1 MONTH)) AND (h_source_type NOT IN ('Autoresponder', 'Email', 'Self Service') AND (h_summary NOT LIKE '%Password Reset%' AND h_summary NOT LIKE '%Account Unlocked%') AND (h_fk_team_name IN ('IT Service Desk', 'IT Infrastructure', 'IT TEAM 3', 'IT TEAM 4', 'IT TEAM 5', 'IT TEAM 6') ) AS abc WHERE row_num < 6 LIMIT 100 The LIMIT 100 at the end is because there should not be more than 100 results in the widget The row_num < 6 is because the rows start numbering with 1, so first five is < 6.
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