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SR-D16427 · Issue 497220

Multi-nodes rebuild LibraryMetadata to ensure all Rule-Utility-Functions are present on change

Resolved in Pega Version 8.3.1

When performing a complete Application import into a clean installation, references to certain Rule-Utility-Functions went unresolved during the initial assembly. Investigation showed that after introducing a new Rule-Utility-Library or Rule-Utility-Function on one node in a cluster and then generating that, the other nodes in the cluster did not have the correct LibraryMetaDataCache for that Rule-Utility-Library. Therefore assemblies on those other nodes could be bad and throw a runtime UnresolvedAssemblyError. This has been resolved by modifying the way the Library subsystem processes the node changes events for Library Generation to ensure that each node completely rebuilds the LibraryMetadata for that Rule-Utility-Library so it contains all the Rule-Utility-Functions.

SR-D32441 · Issue 502572

Multi-nodes rebuild LibraryMetadata to ensure all Rule-Utility-Functions are present on change

Resolved in Pega Version 8.3.1

When performing a complete Application import into a clean installation, references to certain Rule-Utility-Functions went unresolved during the initial assembly. Investigation showed that after introducing a new Rule-Utility-Library or Rule-Utility-Function on one node in a cluster and then generating that, the other nodes in the cluster did not have the correct LibraryMetaDataCache for that Rule-Utility-Library. Therefore assemblies on those other nodes could be bad and throw a runtime UnresolvedAssemblyError. This has been resolved by modifying the way the Library subsystem processes the node changes events for Library Generation to ensure that each node completely rebuilds the LibraryMetadata for that Rule-Utility-Library so it contains all the Rule-Utility-Functions.

SR-D22113 · Issue 498312

Multi-nodes rebuild LibraryMetadata to ensure all Rule-Utility-Functions are present on change

Resolved in Pega Version 8.3.1

When performing a complete Application import into a clean installation, references to certain Rule-Utility-Functions went unresolved during the initial assembly. Investigation showed that after introducing a new Rule-Utility-Library or Rule-Utility-Function on one node in a cluster and then generating that, the other nodes in the cluster did not have the correct LibraryMetaDataCache for that Rule-Utility-Library. Therefore assemblies on those other nodes could be bad and throw a runtime UnresolvedAssemblyError. This has been resolved by modifying the way the Library subsystem processes the node changes events for Library Generation to ensure that each node completely rebuilds the LibraryMetadata for that Rule-Utility-Library so it contains all the Rule-Utility-Functions.

SR-D19131 · Issue 490187

Resolved command line BIX/PRPCUtils creating unreachable nodes

Resolved in Pega Version 8.3.1

BIX and PRPCUtils scripts were creating nodes that showed as unreachable or that were never cleared. This was traced to a code change that resulted in nodes starting as stream nodes unless given a node type or DSS settings, and has been resolved by setting the asyncExecutor/enable setting value as false in the prconfig.xml. The BIX command line JVM argument should also be set to NodeType=BIX.

SR-D21555 · Issue 501104

Resolved command line BIX/PRPCUtils creating unreachable nodes

Resolved in Pega Version 8.3.1

BIX and PRPCUtils scripts were creating nodes that showed as unreachable or that were never cleared. This was traced to a code change that resulted in nodes starting as stream nodes unless given a node type or DSS settings, and has been resolved by setting the asyncExecutor/enable setting value as false in the prconfig.xml. The BIX command line JVM argument should also be set to NodeType=BIX.

SR-D20763 · Issue 500403

DASS added to allow toggle of indexpurpose filter in declare index join

Resolved in Pega Version 8.3.1

A performance issue was seen when using a declare index join to add a pxIndexPurpose filter to a very large index_workparty table, either taking a long time to process a search request or intermittently timing out. This was traced to recent modifications in the DeclareIndex Join filter conditions to better handle multiple declare index rules pointing to the same index table, As a result, doing a declare index join on one of the declare indexes returned results that included those that corresponded to other declare index rules. To resolve this, a DASS has been provided to toggle the inclusion of the indexpurpose filter in a declare index join to allow for better customization.

SR-D22075 · Issue 501343

Wild card character escape added for filtering data records

Resolved in Pega Version 8.3.1

It was not possible to export data type records which were filtered with either _ or % in the value. This was due to the characters being wild card characters in the SQL-like operator, and has been resolved by modifying the NativeSQLAPIResolver to add escapecharacter to the runtime value of the filter.

SR-D22468 · Issue 504393

Bix extract performance improved by only checking cipher type for encrypted properties

Resolved in Pega Version 8.3.1

Previously, if no cipher was configured in extract Rules the cipher type defaulted to null and wasn't cached. This caused performance issues when running against the database. In order to improve performance, the code has been modified to only check for cipher type if the property is encrypted.

SR-D23490 · Issue 496574

Interface changes made to avoid unexpected workitem deletions when removing stale locks

Resolved in Pega Version 8.3.1

Attempting to delete lock instances of work objects by directly opening the lock item found through navigating to (Dev Studio) App > Classes > System-Locks actually resulted in deleting the work item instead of just the lock. This was due to System-Locks being uniquely identified by the WorkItem that they belong to rather than having their own specific key. This meant that clicking on one of the instances caused the system to respond by presenting a "default RuleFormLayout section" which included a delete button keyed to the actual workitem, but this was not made explicitly clear in the interface. In order to prevent unexpected item deletions, the table has been replaced with a link to the proper System-Lock interface, specifically the "My Locks" window.

SR-D25560 · Issue 494555

Added DSS to handle BIX extracts under parse delimiter rules

Resolved in Pega Version 8.3.1

When parse delimiter rules were applied, the File Listener was not parsing the CSV manifest file generated from a BIX extract until the file was resaved. This was traced to a space after a comma in the extracted files, and has been resolved with the addition of a DSS which enables the use-specified delimiter to remove the space after the comma in the manifest files.

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