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Existing operator IDs during upgrades and updates

Valid from Pega Version 7.2.2

Upgrades and updates are always performed in secured mode to help prevent unauthorized access to your system. In secured mode, the administrator@pega.com operator ID is always overwritten, but other existing standard operator IDs are not modified. New operator IDs are inserted in secured mode. For more information, see the Deployment Guide for your environment.

No longer supported translator configuration options

Valid from Pega Version 7.4

The following translator configuration options are not needed and are no longer supported. If you previously configured any of these system settings, remove them from the system settings to avoid a warning message. For example, if you set translator/useparserfamily, the following message is displayed at startup: "Translator option, 'translator/useparserfamily' is not needed and no longer supported. Remove this from the system settings."

  • translator/useparserfamily
  • translator/usecodegenerator
  • translator/usenativedouble
  • translator/optimization/use71BlockAnalysis
  • translator/optimization/use71ConstantFolding
  • translator/optimization/use71AssignmentTypeSimplification
  • translator/optimization/use71IntrinsicFunctions
  • translator/use71PropSetGeneration
  • translator/use71ParserAssignment
  • assembly/model/useBlock4ContiguousSets
  • /translator/pandc/comparepandcalgorithms
  • /translator/pandc/use6xalgorithms
  • /Compatibility/CheckForTopLevelClassMismatch

In addition, the com.pega.pegarules.generation.parseoverride bootstrap option is no longer supported. Remove this option from the system settings.

PegaDATA connection settings now required in the prconfig.xml file

Valid from Pega Version 7.4

If you use the default prconfig.xml file that is included with Pega® Platform, and you have not removed the PegaDATA connection settings, no action is required. If you use a custom prconfig.xml file, for example, for running tests, ensure that the database connection settings for PegaDATA are not blank.

For more information about the connection settings, see PegaDATA connection settings in the prconfig.xml file.

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