I am currently creating a simple web interface that allows people in the administration department to make some changes directly to our user accounts in the active directory.
The changes that can be made directly are, for example, the room number, the telephone number, the expiration date.
Other changes need actions from our IT department. Therefore, if a person moves to a different department, or if their work status changes (internal, employee, guest, …), the change is stored in a database and a ticket is opened in our system. tickets Then the changes are handled by the IT department.
Now I need a distinctive way to show that the changes are pending, and that the user should not attempt to make the change again until the pending changes have been processed.
I thought about just adding a label next to the fields, but judging by the past experiences with the management people (I've been working on something like this before), I'm pretty sure they'll find a way to not see it, which results in more tickets than necessary.
I found this question, but the suggested answers are not really a good fit, because they are focused on merging information.