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INC-119669 · Issue 562588

Special character handling added to filters for table sourced with parameterized RD

Resolved in Pega Version 8.1.9

Filters were not working on a table when sourced with a report definition which accepted a parameter value containing special characters (Eg: S&P). This has been resolved by using StringUtils.reversibleCrossScriptingFilter in the pzGetGridColUniqueValues activity to allow filters to contain special characters.

INC-145810 · Issue 599463

BIX log shows correct corrupted BLOB pzInskey

Resolved in Pega Version 8.1.9

An update has ben made to ensure the correct inskey is shown in the BIX logs for a corrupted BLOB.

SR-D90400 · Issue 563187

Explicit parent added for descendants in subreport to correct summary

Resolved in Pega Version 8.1.9

When using a Report Definition with a Summarize column and a subreport with join class, it was not considering implementation class work objects. As a result, the prepared values were only partially computed. This was traced to the SubReport in SetQuery not having reference to a parent for the descendants classes, and has been resolved by explicitly setting the parent value.

SR-117877 · Issue 178627

Report on implementation classes corrected for descendant class

Resolved in Pega Version 7.1.8

Report definition was not using implementation class even when 'report on descendant class' was checked. This was caused by an access group changed in RAQ not being reflected into DAQ. When a Data-Admin-Requestor has a Access group which isn't the default, the default authentication doesn't occur and as such the application data page isn't created for the requestor. The lack of an application page causes the code to not determine the associated implementation class for the report definition. This has been changed to use the access group from DAQ only if it is newer than RAQ.

SR-117877 · Issue 175972

Report on implementation classes corrected for descendant class

Resolved in Pega Version 7.1.8

Report definition was not using implementation class even when 'report on descendant class' was checked. This was caused by an access group changed in RAQ not being reflected into DAQ. When a Data-Admin-Requestor has a Access group which isn't the default, the default authentication doesn't occur and as such the application data page isn't created for the requestor. The lack of an application page causes the code to not determine the associated implementation class for the report definition. This has been changed to use the access group from DAQ only if it is newer than RAQ.

SR-118224 · Issue 182305

Report Definition "Pick Value" list resolves to correct layer

Resolved in Pega Version 7.1.8

When a report definition in the framework layer has "Report on descendant class instances" checked, running the report from the implementation layer should retrieve pick list values for "Available Values" on filter popup from the implementation layer. Instead, it was getting the values from the framework layer. This was caused by the code that generates the SQL query to populate the "Pick Value" list resolving to the wrong work class name, using the framework layer work class rather than the implementation layer work class. There was a workaround of performing a 'Save As' of the affected reports to each implementation layer, but this has been fixed.

SR-118224 · Issue 182203

Report Definition "Pick Value" list resolves to correct layer

Resolved in Pega Version 7.1.8

When a report definition in the framework layer has "Report on descendant class instances" checked, running the report from the implementation layer should retrieve pick list values for "Available Values" on filter popup from the implementation layer. Instead, it was getting the values from the framework layer. This was caused by the code that generates the SQL query to populate the "Pick Value" list resolving to the wrong work class name, using the framework layer work class rather than the implementation layer work class. There was a workaround of performing a 'Save As' of the affected reports to each implementation layer, but this has been fixed.

SR-119715 · Issue 178060

Corrected Microsoft Internet Explorer horizontal scroll bar access within large list views

Resolved in Pega Version 7.1.8

If the data present in the list view is huge (2000+ characters), selecting the filter option caused the horizontal scrollbar to not be visible in Internet Explorer. As a result, the apply button was not accessible. This was caused by a lack of overflow settings to handle the excessive width for that browser, and has been fixed.

SR-120324 · Issue 179256

Corrected DateTime controls in GroupBy

Resolved in Pega Version 7.1.8

Specifying any of the DateTime-* controls (e.g., DateTime-Short) in the Format field of the Group By property in a summary view was not working with the out-of-the-box settings; the DateTime property would be displayed in DateTime (GMT) format. This was found to be a field name hard coded to a value with a data type of text, causing the selected control to be ineffective, and has been changed.

SR-120592 · Issue 183002

Corrected circumstanced list views called from within a section

Resolved in Pega Version 7.1.8

A circumstanced List view based on a property was not being properly called from within a section. Instead of passing the primary page which has the circumstance property details for the ruleset work flow, a new page was always created. Since the new page did not have the circumstance property details, the circumstanced list view was skipped. To correct this, the Rule-Obj-ListView.DisplayView rule has been modified to always pass the primary page instead of creating a new one.

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