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    Default [SOLVED] Zmlocalconfig maps

    Are there any documents that map variables from zmlocalconfig to the settings in the admin UI?

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    No mapping docs. You may wish to file an enhancement for one.

    An specific reason why one is needed, so that I can help?

    john

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    Mostly, I'd like it so that I can figure out what I'm changing when I use the admin UI and visa versa. I think it would be a good reference tool for upgrades and such.

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    Great suggestions. Please file a bug so that we can document it.

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    Be sure to post your RFE link back here - so John can use his favorite new 'solved' tag!

    (A link to a tech docs RFE, or someone taking the time to map it out, would qualify as 'solving this thread'.)

    Of course we can always add to bugzilla-but the idea is for the individual requestor to do it; that way you are cc'd when solutions arise, and keeps you informed about implementation ideas, etc.)
    Last edited by mmorse; 08-29-2007 at 07:02 PM.

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    Bug #19856 has been submitted.

    Shouldn't a marker be created in the wiki?

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    Nah when doing the documentation they'll search for the current available information, and decide where to post it, etc.
    -Thanks

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    Is there a way to get notified when action has been taken on certain bugs? I can see the new bug I created in "My Bugs", but I don't see a way of adding other bugs to watch. It would be preferable if I could mark bugs that I'd like to watch and get notified when there is activity on that bug, much like the way I'm notified about responses to my posts in these forums.

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    Add you self to the CC line (upper right corner of each bug-then hit submit).
    Then check your individual user options on how/when/what type of actions you get notified on.

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    Cool. Thanks. I knew it had to be something simple or I would have figured it out myself :P

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