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NAME

       RT::Client::REST::Transaction - transaction object representation.

VERSION

       version 0.56

SYNOPSIS

         my $transactions = $ticket->transactions;

         my $count = $transactions->count;
         print "There are $count transactions.\n";

         my $iterator = $transactions->get_iterator;
         while (my $tr = &$iterator) {
             print "Id: ", $tr->id, "; Type: ", $tr->type, "\n";
         }

DESCRIPTION

       A transaction is a second-class citizen, as it does not exist (at least from the current
       REST protocol implementation) by itself.  At the moment, it is always associated with a
       ticket (see parent_id attribute).  Thus, you will rarely retrieve a transaction by itself;
       instead, you should use "transactions()" method of RT::Client::REST::Ticket object to get
       an iterator for all (or some) transactions for that ticket.

ATTRIBUTES

       id
         Numeric ID of the transaction.

       creator
         Username of the user who created the transaction.

       parent_id
         Numeric ID of the object the transaction is associated with.

       type
         Type of the transactions.  Please refer to RT::Client::REST documentation for the list
         of transaction types you can expect this field to contain.  Note that there may be some
         transaction types not (dis)covered yet.

       old_value
         Old value.

       new_value
         New value.

       field
         Name of the field the transaction is describing (if any).

       attachments
         I have never seen it set to anything yet.  (I will some day investigate this).

       created
         Time when the transaction was created.

       content
         Actual content of the transaction.

       description
         Human-readable description of the transaction as provided by RT.

       data
         Not sure what this is yet.

METHODS

       RT::Client::REST::Transaction is a read-only object, so you cannot "store()" it.  Also,
       because it is a second-class citizen, you cannot "search()" or "count()" it -- use
       "transactions()" method provided by RT::Client::REST::Ticket.

       retrieve
         To retrieve a transaction, attributes id and parent_id must be set.

INTERNAL METHODS

       rt_type
         Returns 'transaction'.

SEE ALSO

       RT::Client::REST, RT::Client::REST::Ticket, RT::Client::REST::SearchResult.

AUTHORS

       ·   Abhijit Menon-Sen <ams@wiw.org>

       ·   Dmitri Tikhonov <dtikhonov@yahoo.com>

       ·   Damien "dams" Krotkine <dams@cpan.org>

       ·   Dean Hamstead <dean@bytefoundry.com.au>

       ·   Miquel Ruiz <mruiz@cpan.org>

       ·   JLMARTIN

       ·   SRVSH

COPYRIGHT AND LICENSE

       This software is copyright (c) 2018 by Dmitri Tikhonov.

       This is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify it under the same terms as
       the Perl 5 programming language system itself.