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Text Input control number type does not validate

Valid from Pega Version 7.1.5

When a Text Input control type is set to "Number" in the Presentation tab:

  • Validation does not trigger and the field is blanked out when a user submits the form.
  • If a value other than a number is entered, the browser sends an empty value, and the value is not validated.
  • In the Clipboard, the field value displays as empty.
  • If the field is required, the validation displays.

This issue occurs when using both the Chrome and Safari web browsers, and is a result of browser behavior for the HTML5 type=“number”. To fix this issue when using these browsers, do not use the "Number" type in Presentation tab of a Text Input control. Instead, the type should be set to "Text".

Unclear error message when saving shared class instance in tenant layer

Valid from Pega Version 7.1.5

If you attempt to save a shared class instance from the tenant layer, Pega 7 displays this message:

This record has x errors. Save Failed: There was a problem saving an instance of class: Error Code: <none> SQL State: <none> Message: <none>

You cannot save a shared instance from the tenant layer if that instance cannot be overridden.

Number and text input controls on Android devices may not display the correct keyboard

Valid from Pega Version 7.1.8

When running a Pega 7 application on a device using the Android operating system, pxNumber and pxTextInput controls may not display when using the desired on-screen keyboard. This happens when the number or text input type is set to number.

At design time, the input type is selected in the Editable Format section of the Presentation tab in the Cell Properties panel for a pxNumber or pxTextInput control. Due to a known limitation in some versions of the Android OS running on some devices, the keyboard displayed at run time may not support entry of decimal values when a Number type keyboard is specified.

To resolve this issue, use the Phone type when numbers with decimal values may be required. Using the Phone type displays a numerical phone keyboard. The Android phone keyboard includes both commas and periods so that decimals may be entered.

Cell Properties dialog

The Phone type selected in the Presentation tab of a Number control

Note that this issue only occurs on Android devices. It is recommended that applications for iOS continue to use type=“Number”.

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