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SR-A8387 · Issue 217780

Added prevention for inappropriate Google Chrome autofill

Resolved in Pega Version 7.2

When login userid and password were stored in the Google Chrome browse and autofill was enabled, Google Chrome was using those values to populate the RuleSet rule form's input field (hidden on UI on Versions tab) and password field (on the Security tab). Those invalid values caused a save failure. To fix the issue, the system will pre-populate the hidden input field so that Google Chrome does not auto fill this field on the client side.

SR-A3950 · Issue 209476

Corrected order of tabbing focus in Activity rules

Resolved in Pega Version 7.2

After opening an Activity rule, the Description text field did not receive focus at the expected point when tabbing through the steps. The activity steps have been rebuilt to correct the tabbing order.

SR-A5453 · Issue 215368

Fixed Edit in Excel with load balancing enabled

Resolved in Pega Version 7.2

Edit in Excel was not working for decision tables if a load balancing was enabled. This was traced to the load balancer port number being added to the RequestHomeURL, causing a malformed strURL for opening the decision table in Excel. A check has been added to evaluate whether the strURL starts with a proper protocol and host instead of checking for RequestHomeURL.

SR-133163 · Issue 203273

Refined property-set expansion to support complex activities

Resolved in Pega Version 7.2

Attempting to expand a property-set in an activity with many steps (20+) caused a failure and the activity locked up. Tin order to support complex activities, the activity call and clipboard functions in this call have been refined for efficiency.

SR-A5355 · Issue 215511

Resolved browser hang with large Map Values

Resolved in Pega Version 7.2

While opening very large Map Value ruleforms, some systems were hanging and thread dumps were seen in the logs. With Microsoft Internet Explorer , the error was "There was an error while loading the content given. Microsoft Internet Explorer Error Description: Not enough storage is available to complete this operation." This was an issue with the display grid not being able to show huge number of records in the map value grid. To resolve it, the map value grid will be hidden if it exceeds the given cell threshold.

SR-A8561 · Issue 217554

Resolved browser hang with large Map Values

Resolved in Pega Version 7.2

While opening very large Map Value ruleforms, some systems were hanging and thread dumps were seen in the logs. With Microsoft Internet Explorer, the error was "There was an error while loading the content given. Microsoft Internet Explorer Error Description: Not enough storage is available to complete this operation." This was an issue with the display grid not being able to show huge number of records in the map value grid. To resolve it, the map value grid will be hidden if it exceeds the given cell threshold.

SR-A10681 · Issue 221581

Resolved tracer issue for new operators

Resolved in Pega Version 7.2

A tracer issue was found where selected events for newly-created operators were clearing off. This has been fixed by refactoring the code handling adding new event types.

SR-A589 · Issue 218042

CRLF payload protection enhanced

Resolved in Pega Version 7.2

In some cases, CRLF characters in thread names were not being caught in thread name protection, causing a 303 response and allowing the CRLF characters to be executed in the response back to the browser. To ensure expected behavior, the Location header value will have CR, LF and . removed when PRPC is preparing the HTTP redirect (303) response.

SR-A10706 · Issue 220688

CRLF payload protection enhanced

Resolved in Pega Version 7.2

In some cases, CRLF characters in thread names were not being caught in thread name protection, causing a 303 response and allowing the CRLF characters to be executed in the response back to the browser. To ensure expected behavior, the Location header value will have CR, LF and . removed when PRPC is preparing the HTTP redirect (303) response.

SR-A12347 · Issue 212822

Added check for BIX extract that will exceed filesize name limit

Resolved in Pega Version 7.2

Running a BIX extract with the -i option failed with the error "Error while creating the csv file: The file name entered exceeds the maximum size allowed (255 characters)". This happened in environments where the codehit the OS limit on the filepath name. This can be avoided by ensuring the File Specification tab of the Extract Rule contains a directory path shorter than 255 characters and by taking care not to have another Extract Rule with the same name in a Branch or a higher ruleset version with file specification path longer than 255 characters. To assist this, a check has been added.

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