show-priorities -- List all priorities available within the system




List all priorities available within the system, one per line, from highest priority to lowest.

The priority list is as follows:

  1. critical

  2. extremely high

  3. very high

  4. high

  5. medium-high

  6. medium

  7. medium-low

  8. low

  9. very low

  10. as time permits


Security is enforced only by standard Unix permission bits. Perhaps this should be documentation and not a separate command. The list of priorities should get its own entry in a different section of the manual.

See Also

assign-ticket(1), billing-new(1), category-new(1), category-ticket(1), close-ticket(1), customer-new(1), customer-ticket(1), duplicate-ticket(1), help(1), log(1), log-end(1), longdesc-ticket(1), mysql(1), pending-on(1), person-fullname(1), person-new(1), person-username(1), priority-ticket(1), requestor-ticket(1), resolve-ticket(1), resolve-when(1), shortdesc-ticket(1), show-billing(1), show-cat-ticket(1), show-categories(1), show-commands(1), show-cust-ticket(1), show-customers(1), show-log(1), show-my(1), show-new(1), show-open(1), show-people(1), show-priorities(1), show-status(1), show-ticket(1), show-ticket-log(1), status-ticket(1), ticket-new(1), ticket-via-email(1), touch(1)