Commit 357175e3 authored by Timmer, Marius's avatar Timmer, Marius

Updated documentation and Changelog

parent 655e2650
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* `queue`: Name of the queue whose tickets should be printed
* `filename`: Name of the new pdf document
If you wish to export the attachments of the queues tickets, you can use the option `a`.
Keep in mind that only the requested queue will be exported. SubQueues will be ignored, but you can use something like `Queue::SubQueue`.
Exporting all queues could take a while. We need 23 hours to export about 40.000 tickets (~11G).
Exporting all queues could take a while. We needed 23 hours to export about 40.000 tickets (~11G) without attachments.
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<Vendor>Westfälische Wilhelms-Universität Münster</Vendor>
<URL>https://www.uni-muenster.de/</URL>
<License>GNU General Public License, version 3</License>
<ChangeLog Version="5.0.11" Date="2017-05-11">Attachments can be exported now.</ChangeLog>
<ChangeLog Version="1.0.0" Date="2016-07-27 10:42:00">Append file extension if not done by the user and print the ticket ids to the pdf document.</ChangeLog>
<ChangeLog Version="0.9.3" Date="2016-07-26 15:25:00">Renamed the plugin from "MultipleTicketExport" to "ExportTicketsToPDF".</ChangeLog>
<ChangeLog Version="0.9.0" Date="2016-07-25 17:37:00">First version of the ExportTicketToPDF plugin which allows to export all tickets of a queue into a pdf file.</ChangeLog>
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