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+title: "Request Tracker: Automatically Set Ticket Owner to Specific
+Request Tracker is an insanely powerful ticketing system. I started
+using RT about 6 months ago, and I've been absolutely enjoying every
+hour of it. About 2 months ago, I used a guide on the RT Wiki titled 
+[AutoSetOwner](https://rt-wiki.bestpractical.com/wiki/AutoSetOwner) to
+automatically set *every new ticket's* owner to myself, on my personal
+hosted instance of RT. It works great!
+Now, since I'm more or less the only IT person at this company, it's
+safe to assume that any ticket in the IT Projects, or certain other
+queues should belong to me. So I adapted the AutoSetOwner scrip to
+automatically set the owner of a new ticket to myself, on certain
+queues. I have to admit, since I don't know Perl hardly at all, it took
+a little trial and error to get this right, fortunately RT's logs came
+in useful and I now have a working scrip!
+The process is very similar to *AutoSetOwner* by Nicolas C. I've simply
+added a few lines to get the ID of the user whom I want to own these new
+| **Description** | Set IT tickets to IT manager |
+| **Condition**   | On Create                    |
+| **Action**      | User Defined                 |
+| **Template**    | Blank                        |
+**Custom action preparation code:**
+return 1;
+**Custom action commit code:**
+# get actor ID
+my $Actor = $self->TransactionObj->Creator;
+# get mjorgensen's id
+# create a new user object
+my $NewOwner = RT::User->new($RT::SystemUser);
+# and load the user into that object
+# if actor is RT_SystemUser then get out of here
+return 1 if $Actor == $RT::SystemUser->id;
+# prevents a ticket being assigned to an unprivileged user, comment out if you want this
+return 1 unless $self->TransactionObj->CreatorObj->Privileged;
+# get out unless ticket owner is nobody
+return 1 unless $self->TicketObj->Owner == $RT::Nobody->id;
+# ok, try to change owner
+$RT::Logger->info("Auto assign ticket #". $self->TicketObj->id ." to user #". $NewOwner->id );
+my ($status, $msg) = $self->TicketObj->_Set(Field => 'Owner', Value => $NewOwner->id, RecordTransaction => 0);
+unless( $status ) {
+$RT::Logger->error( "Impossible to assign the ticket to 'mjorgensen': $msg" );
+return undef;
+return 1;
+Be sure the change `mjorgensen` to what your user's name is. Save
+changes, assign this scrip to each desired queue, and you're all
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