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From Peter Koželj <>
Subject Re: BEP-0006 Ticket Relations, requirements clarifications
Date Mon, 06 May 2013 13:54:47 GMT
>From user's perspective A depends on B and B block's A are one and the same
relation and should only produce a single notification and history log.

Each relation should be owned by one one of the tickets and when that
relation is changed (added/removed) that ticket should be considered as
changed also. For the case od depends-on this should be the ticket that
depends on another ticket. For parent-child this should probably be the
parent. We need to do a similar decision for all supported relation types.


On 6 May 2013 15:39, Andrej Golcov <> wrote:

> Hi all,
> Bhrelations API is more or less stabile now. It is possible to create
> and delete relations with optional cycle validation. There is also
> possibility to reject ticket resolution if there are open children
> tickets.
> While bhrelations is designed to provide relations for different
> resource types, ticket relations require more deep integration.
> I would like to discuss how creation or deletion of ticket relation
> should be reflected in tickets, notifications and history.
> For example,  user established a new "depends on" relation between two
> tickets - in bhrelations that means two relations: #t1 depends on #t2
> and #t2 dependent from #t1 . Does it mean that both tickets were
> modified? Should we generate two "ticket changed" mails?
> Personally, I don't think that tickets should be modified on a
> bhrelation modification. I would suggest the following integration
> between tickets and bhrelations on relation creation or deletion:
>  - insert records into the ticket_change table for both tickets to
> obtain history
> - introduce a new "BhRelationChanged" interface to enable "relation
> changed" mail notifications. As part of the solution: we can provide
> our own events and add-on for AnnouncerPlugin and TracNotification
> - add add-on for bhsearch to enable search through tickets by relations
> Thoughts, suggestions?
> Cheers, Andrej

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