Schema not found error when importing a Rule-Admin-Product file
Valid from Pega Version 7.1.8
If you import a Rule-Admin-Product file (RAP) file that includes a schema that has a view, grammar parsing changes can mean that the Pega 7 Platform is unable to find the schema.
To enable the Pega 7 Platform to find the schema:
- Review the error message that indicates that the schema was not found and identify the following items:
- The name of the schema that is causing the error
- The table name in the format: wrong_schema_name.table_name...
- The DDL that the Pega 7 Platform is trying to apply
- Use the table name to identify the correct schema name in your system. This schema is usually your data schema, but might also be an external database.
- Download the DDL.
- Correct the schema name and save the DDL.
- Manually apply the DDL.
Node description cannot match application server node name
Valid from Pega Version 6.3 SP1
A node's Short Description should not be the same value as the application server node name. If the node's Short Description is changed to be the same value as the application server node name, then the node description is automatically changed back to the original value after a system restart.
Primary key constraint error when using JBoss
Valid from Pega Version 7.1.9
A primary key constraint violation exception might occur in the following situation: you use JBoss EAP 6.4 and SQL Server 2012 with a JDBC 4 driver, and you use two or more file listeners or JMS MDB listeners with concurrent threads that create work objects that use multiple files. If a primary key constraint violation exception occurs in this situation, update the data source configuration file to set the jta parameter to true. For example, set <datasource jta="true" jndi-name-"java:/jdbc/PegaRULES>.
WebSphere log error with Java 8 for Enterprise JavaBeans
Valid from Pega Version 7.1.8
For environments that are deployed by using Java 8 on IBM WebSphere Application Server version 220.127.116.11 through the last 8.5.5.x fix pack, the log might report that a class was not found when the application server attempts to start Enterprise JavaBeans. If Java EE functionality is not needed, no further action is required. However, to use Enterprise JavaBeans, see WebSphere log error with Java 8 for Enterprise JavaBeans.
Rule revalidation after updating properties without restarting nodes
Valid from Pega Version 8.2
When you update certain property attributes, such as a property's maximum length, rule types that reference the property might not reflect the change. You do not always have to restart nodes to revalidate the referencing rules when they cannot be resaved, for example, when they are in a locked ruleset. For Pega Platform™ 8.1 and later, for non-stream rules, such as activities, data transforms, and so on, use the reassemble API in Admin Studio or truncate the assembled classes table.
For stream rules, such as sections, harnesses, paragraphs, and so on, reassemble the rules and restart the nodes. For more information, see More about properties.
For previous versions of Pega Platform, use the System Management Application (SMA) to revalidate stream and non-stream rules.