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INC-130304 · Issue 567925

Retry logic added for downloading upgraded rules

Resolved in Pega Version 8.2.8

A Rules upgrade failed while downloading applications from the maintenance server due to an SFTP server connection failure. This has been resolved by adding logic to retry if the first connection attempt fails.

INC-132218 · Issue 573358

Resolved buffer overflow for Migration loadDatabase

Resolved in Pega Version 8.2.8

A Rules upgrade failed in the Migration step at loadDatabase stage, involving the move of all the table records from old schema to new schema. This was traced to the inability of Migration to load blob of sizes more than 100 MB, and has been resolved by updating Migration to use byte[] to read the blob content with the help of metadata that contains blob length.

INC-133202 · Issue 574700

TableRenameUtil hashing improved

Resolved in Pega Version 8.2.8

During index name generation, the algorithm that was responsible for index name uniqueness was sometimes insufficient and cerated a loop condition. This has been resolved by using a stronger hash algorithm and refactoring the code that could result in a loop.

SR-119963 · Issue 176108

Corrected record imports in multitenant environment

Resolved in Pega Version 7.1.8

In the multitenant environment, reimporting an operator record using application -> import was causing an 'IntegrityConstraintViolationException' exception. This was caused by the query not being properly tenant-qualified for the environment, and has been corrected.

SR-121277 · Issue 181001

Deployment user privileges updated for upgrades

Resolved in Pega Version 7.1.8

When attempting to upgrade some installations, the upgrade script was failing while trying to determine the current PRPC version. This was caused by the deployment user lacking the DBA privileges to read/write the tables in the rules and data schema, and has been updated.

SR-121709 · Issue 179068

New default directory setting added to DDL generation

Resolved in Pega Version 7.1.8

If the DDL for a new PRPC installation was generated without using the optional parameter for the file location, the file was created in the root directory. To avoid this, a default gen_dir setting (./schema/generated) has been added to generateDDL.sh to handle cases when the parameter has not been set.

SR-122215 · Issue 180037

Resolved installation errors for DB2 Z/OS with WebSphere

Resolved in Pega Version 7.1.8

A problem was encountered while installing split schema on a DB2 z/OS system with WebSphere. This was caused by an erroneous system setting where the ports to the DB2 database were not open in this environment. While the Admin could correct the environment to open the ports and allow the application server node to connect to the DB2 database, this has been changed in the software to default to the correct settings.

SR-122292 · Issue 182878

Operators and Access Groups are now automatically force re-indexed during import

Resolved in Pega Version 7.1.8

If a number of new OperatorIDs were created and added to two workgroups and then the changes were exported, the new OperatorIDs were present when the file was imported to other environments but a query run against the table PR_INDEX_OPERATOR_WORKGROUP did not incorporate the new IDs. While there was a workaround of manually forcing a re-index during import to fully incorporate the new IDs, the Operators and Access Groups are now automatically force re-indexed during import to ensure data is up to date.

SR-122314 · Issue 178491

Resolved installation errors for DB2 Z/OS with WebSphere

Resolved in Pega Version 7.1.8

A problem was encountered while installing split schema on a DB2 z/OS system with WebSphere. This was caused by an erroneous system setting where the ports to the DB2 database were not open in this environment. While the Admin could correct the environment to open the ports and allow the application server node to connect to the DB2 database, this has been changed in the software to default to the correct settings.

SR-122591 · Issue 183772

Addressed migrate.bat file datetime format issue

Resolved in Pega Version 7.1.8

The script 'migrate.bat' sets up a logfile name based on the current time/date. However, the script was only working when using United States/English as the locale where the format of the '%date%' variable was MM/DD/YYYY, and failed with an obscure error in locales using the DD/MM/YYYY format. There was a local change of hardcoding the 'TIMESTAMP' variable, but this has been resolved by adding the use of a local insensitive datetime from the WMIC utility on Windows systems for the install.bat, upgrade.bat, resume.bat and migrate.bat scripts. The WMIC utility (Windows Management Interface Cmdline) is supported in XP and beyond.

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