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How to complete the request form
Fill in the values as required
If you are submitting the ticket for another user, simply add in their 8-character UWaterloo username (e.g. j25rober) or full email address(es) to the Requestor(s) field.
Use the TAB key to move through the form as hitting enter (in some cases) may submit the form
Once all values are filled in, click Submit to submit the form.
By default, the SelfService Home screen will show your currently open tickets.
Viewing a ticket
You can view a ticket from either the Open tickets page (default view on the SelfService home page) or the Closed tickets page, available from the Tickets menu. Click on the Subject to open the ticket.
Tickets have three main areas; The Basics, Dates, and History.
The Basics area will contain the ticket ID number, the current status, the priority, and it may contain additional custom fields for that specific queue. The Requestor can also see which queue the ticket is in.
This area contains various dates and times related to the ticket creation date, last updated, due date (if set), and closed date.
This area contains the replies, comments, and changes made to the ticket. To show all quoted text click on Show all quoted text or to show quoted text in a specific reply of comment click on Show quoted text in the specific reply or comment.
Replying to a ticket
As a ticket creator, there are two ways you can reply to a ticket. You can reply directly to an RT email notification or you can reply to a ticket via the RT web interface.
Replying to a ticket via e-mail
After an RT ticket is created, an email notification to the ticket requestor will be sent
If you reply to that email (without editing the subject line), the entire message body will automatically be added to the RT ticket as a reply
Replying to a ticket via the RT web interface
From the Open Tickets listing, click on the ticket subject to view it
On the right side of any comment in the History area click on the Reply link
The Reply form will open on a new page
Click on Submit to save your changes and submit the form
Reopening a ticket
If your Ticket has not been resolved to your satisfaction, reply to the resolved email you received when the ticket was first closed indicating the reason you are not satisfied
Find the ticket in the list of Closed tickets andclick on the update link in the far-right column of the list
The Update ticket window will open and the status field will be changed