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INC-131384 · Issue 584856

Documentation updated for troubleshooting inline images for email

Resolved in Pega Version 8.5.2

Inline images were not showing by default when sending emails. To assist in this, the troubleshooting information for email has been updated with the following information: Correct configuration for display of inline images via Email bot is one that is shipped standard. To support Rich text in email display via Email bots, Email body must be stored 'As HTML attachment' (the setting on auto generated Service Email rule). In addition, no other setting on listener must be changed especially 'Embed inline images'(should remain unchecked) on Email listener rule. Combination of these 2 settings causes Email bot to save - 1. Email body as attachment 2. All inline images as attachment At runtime UI display, these 2 are recombined to display proper email. This is done in order to increase performance because images are lazily loaded.

SR-D92590 · Issue 553059

PostgreSQL information updated in Platform Support Guide

Resolved in Pega Version 8.5.2

The Platform Support Guide has been updated to reflect the following:Postgresql-42.2.14.jar supports PostgreSQL 8.2 or newer, and requires Java 6 or newer (Pega only supports Java 8 and 11); this driver also contains support for SSL and the javax.sql package. Prior versions of this .jar file have known problems. Do not use these versions: • 42.2.11 – creates an exception which stops Pega Platform startup • 42.2.12 and 42.2.13 – known vulnerability issues (CVEs) reported

SR-C98068 · Issue 483990

Installer files updated with class loader conflict resolution assistance

Resolved in Pega Version 8.1.7

When sending emails with attachments, errors were observed relating to a loader constraint violation indicating that when resolving interface method, the class loader of the current class and the class loader for the method's defining class had different Class objects for the type used in the signature. The resolution for this requires user configuration of the app server, and the following files for the install guide have been updated with the appropriate information:Deployment-guides-dita/install.ditamap Deployment-guides-dita/Content/Topics/app-server-config/creating-jdbc-driver-module-jboss-tsk.dita Deployment-guides-dita/Content/Topics/app-server-config/delegating-javax-activation-to-JRE-loader-tsk.dita

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