The patch intended to allow users to create custom queries using another query as template :)
#5 Updated by Felix Schäfer over 7 years ago
- Category set to UI
Slightly changed the patch to not need an extra action. The added 'duplicate' button basically pre-fills stuff in the new query form with attributes from the duplicated query. Commit here: http://github.com/thegcat/redmine/commit/24c12b20a3cd7428be940bf927e3d347a5a17bc1
#7 Updated by Felix Schäfer over 7 years ago
Eric Davis wrote:
Can you add a test case or two for this new code? Thanks.
See the second commit in the branch here http://github.com/thegcat/redmine/commit/d9d8af051c8432eedc30c739ef24efaeacc80d6c, the whole branch is here http://github.com/thegcat/redmine/commits/ro-3606.
#9 Updated by Svyatoslav Ida almost 4 years ago
Just use this plugin https://bitbucket.org/svsool/query-duplicate-redmine-plugin
#16 Updated by Pete Davis 11 months ago
Jaap de Haan wrote:
Already implemented: this can be already done by:
- selecting the query to copy
- perform changes (DO NOT click on Edit for this! just perform changes)
- Click on Apply
This way you get a new query based on the old one.
Thank you - not sure why that was sooo not obvious. Seems I and others wrongly head down the Edit route