Addition of Servlet Management
Valid from Pega Version 8.6
Pega Platform™ now has Servlet Management in Pega Cloud® Services, which provides a simple and secure way to make changes to Pega Platform servlet definitions.
Servlet Management provides Pega Cloud Service clients with solutions to manage servlet configurations with self-service options. This reduces the cycle time for delivering configuration changes in Pega Cloud Service installations while also improving upgrade reliability.
For more information, see Servlet management.
Clients with no application servlet customizations will not experience an impact. If you upgrade from Pega Platform version 8.5 or earlier and, prior to the upgrade, the Pega Cloud team provided your application servlet customizations, then following the upgrade, you must manually add, remove, or modify your servlet customizations in your upgraded application using this servlet management landing page in Pega Platform.
What steps are required to update the application to be compatible with this change?
To manually move your pre-upgrade servlet customizations as appropriate or add new ones to your upgraded application using the new servlet management landing page, follow the steps in Adding a servlet.
Valid from Pega Version 7.1.3
In this release, specification support in Case Designer was improved. Also, improvements and fixes were made to the New Application Wizard.
- Changes were made to support a split schema environment
- Shared and Component RuleSets can be copied.
- Can edit in Word from either Grids or Lists.
- More than 50 case types are now supported for an application.
Updated Word merge support with Microsoft Silverlight plug-in
Valid from Pega Version 7.1.3
Starting in this release, Pega 7 features that integrate with the Word merge capability are now cross-browser. ActiveX controls (which are only compatible with Internet Explorer) have been replaced with Microsoft Silverlight. This plug-in must be downloaded separately from Microsoft because it is not shipped with Pega 7.
Common features that are affected by this change include the Specification form and Case Type landing page.
Prior to using these features, see the release note Word merge support with Microsoft Silverlight plug-in for more information about setting up their client systems.
Issue with the Sandbox directive on the Content Security Policy rule form has been fixed
Valid from Pega Version 7.2.2
An issue that related to the Sandbox directive not being applied, even after a value in the Content Security Policy rule form was selected, has been fixed. As a result, restrictions that are applied based on the settings in the Sandbox directive are now more closely aligned with the World Wide Web Consortium (W3C) specification than in previous releases. You should test your Content Security Policy to ensure that this change does not cause unexpected behavior in your application, such as making the security policy too restrictive.