RE: Notification when Torrent services off

From: Benny Mao <bmao_at_mediadefender.com>
Date: Thu, 16 Aug 2007 10:34:07 -0700

no one responded yet... If I can get the query parameters, I can just
query the database. Of course, it'd be nicer to have an easier to use
interface to see our services. Currently, I have a list compiled
manually of the few hundred titles that currently have BT services on.

 

B

 

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From: Ben Grodsky
Sent: Wednesday, August 15, 2007 10:27 PM
To: Benny Mao
Cc: Jay Mairs
Subject: RE: Notification when Torrent services off

 

Benny,

 

Has anyone gotten back to you about this yet? If not, I'll try to
remember to ask you again Friday. I can probably help you fast-track
this, but I have to wait and see first whether Ebert picks up on your
hint.

 

-Ben

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From: Benny Mao
Sent: Wed 15-Aug-07 10:43
To: Enrique Mendez; Gilberto Vargas; Rick Moreno; Jasper Paloyo
Cc: Ben Grodsky; Ben Ebert
Subject: Notification when Torrent services off

hello folks,

 

I think this may already be happening, but when you turn off BT services
for a customer, could you send a ticket to let us know that services are
off for a title?

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Currently, it seems that obtaining a list of current projects with BT
services on is an unwieldy query of the database.

 

>From an organizational standpoint, I think we really need to have quick
access to know what titles we are protecting.

 

As far as I know, the data is already there in pm1, so can we get some
kind of filter or query feature on the database just to see which titles
have BT services turned on?

 

It would also be helpful if we can filter out the titles that have
interdiction too. (I'm sure this should be applied to all of the
services we offer).

 

If I write out all the features/requirements, do you think this would be
possible?

 

B

 

 

 
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