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SR-113714 · Issue 173122

Added tenantID checking for multi-tenant import of access groups

Resolved in Pega Version 7.1.7

When attempting to overwrite an existing access group by importing the Client Access groups in the tenant layer, an error was generated and the access groups were not overwritten. This occurred when the SQLs were not Tenant-qualifying for operator records but were being imported into a tenant; as a result, operator record updates were marked as inserts. To correct this, the behavior has been updated to query for current tenantId and always tenant-qualify the query if it's an overridable instance and not in a shared context.

SR-114353 · Issue 166997

System scanner performance enhanced

Resolved in Pega Version 7.1.7

When working with a large number of hotfixes, the system scanner can become very slow. Performance enhancements have been incorporated to increase speed by changing how ID and key comparisons are performed.

SR-116041 · Issue 165468

Update Manager performs version checking before installation

Resolved in Pega Version 7.1.7

An enhancement has been added to Update Manager to prevent installation of a HFIX meant for a different release of PRPC.

SR-116439 · Issue 166256

Update Manager performs version checking before installation

Resolved in Pega Version 7.1.7

An enhancement has been added to Update Manager to prevent installation of a HFIX meant for a different release of PRPC.

SR-116510 · Issue 171699

Handling corrected for testing rulesets with multiple versions

Resolved in Pega Version 7.1.7

If two rulesets with multiple versions were moved to a test environment, when the product rule was created only one of the version's instances was in the .jar file. This issue was caused by incomplete clearing of the ruleset spec after collecting the rules, and has been corrected.

SR-116941 · Issue 168143

Improved performance for sending queued messages

Resolved in Pega Version 7.1.7

LogToSpecifiedAppender was experiencing poor performance in some situations caused by duplicating locking attempts while processing an appender to send queued messages. To improve this, code changes have been made to smooth locking and avoid searching appenders when dynamic appenders are configured.

SR-117131 · Issue 167711

Corrected Rule cleanup utility

Resolved in Pega Version 7.1.7

The Rule Cleanup utility deletes instances from pr4_rule_ruleset that contain old ruleset versions. Some Rule-RuleSet-Name instances have rulesets and were deleted incorrectly. To correct this, the utility has been modified with an additional 'where' clause to restrict deleting Rule-RuleSet-Name instances.

SR-117847 · Issue 172996

Handling enhanced for custom system names

Resolved in Pega Version 7.1.7

If the system.name property in setupDatabase.properties was updated to reflect a custom System Name during ruleset migration, the value was not being used by the software update process and the resulting error caused a batch failure. There was a workaround of explicitly setting the system name in the field env name="Identification/SystemName" value=, but this has been updated to fetch the name from the db. In addition, the query that fetches the system name has been modified with a check to make sure that there is at least one requestor for the name it fetches.

SR-B64134 · Issue 313542

Workaround added for Oracle 4000 character column value max

Resolved in Pega Version 7.3.1

Due to an Oracle limitation, RD on a clob column fails if the column value is of length greater than 4000. To work around this, support has been added to retrieve data from a clob column of length greater than 4000 characters using report definition based on DASS setting "reporting/retrieveFullClobContent" defined on "Pega-RULES".

SR-B51989 · Issue 310393

TimeStamp column includes milliseconds in extract

Resolved in Pega Version 7.3.1

Extraction to database output format was not showing the millisecond part of the datetime column. This was a missed use case for BIX when the support of Datetime property mapping to timestamp column was introduced in Oracle, and has been fixed.

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