By default, when a user (submitter) enters a ticket via email, they receive a return email stating that a support ticket has been entered. When a user enters a ticket via the user portal, they do not receive any email notification.

I am trying to create a custom ticket rule to respond to the submitter of a new ticket no matter the method of input. I am new to writing SQL queries, so I want to be able to see the various tables that are in the database. Currently, I am setting up MySQL Workbench to connect to our K1000. Is there anything that needs to be enabled on the Kbox to allow access?

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You have to allow database access in the settings. You also will have to set a report user password.

Settings>Security Settings>Enable database access

Settings>General Settings>Report User Password

If you have Organizations:

System>K1000 Settings>Security Settings>Enable database access

System>Organizations>your org>Report User Password



Answered 08/14/2013 by: jknox
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  • Perfect! thanks for the help, I was using the wrong username and password.
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