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INC-147873 · Issue 610865

Custom header character encoding for Subject added

Resolved in Pega Version 8.5.5

Case correspondence that contained a Subject with accent characters such as "Invitation à être" was being rejected by MailJet on the basis of encoding issues on the "Thread-Topic" when using custom headers. The error "BAD HEADER SECTION, Non-encoded non-ASCII data (and not UTF-8)" was generated. This was traced to the Send Email Smart Shape handling when using custom headers, and has been resolved by encoding the Subject before appending it to the Thread-topic header while adding custom headers.

SR-D16427 · Issue 497220

Multi-nodes rebuild LibraryMetadata to ensure all Rule-Utility-Functions are present on change

Resolved in Pega Version 8.3.1

When performing a complete Application import into a clean installation, references to certain Rule-Utility-Functions went unresolved during the initial assembly. Investigation showed that after introducing a new Rule-Utility-Library or Rule-Utility-Function on one node in a cluster and then generating that, the other nodes in the cluster did not have the correct LibraryMetaDataCache for that Rule-Utility-Library. Therefore assemblies on those other nodes could be bad and throw a runtime UnresolvedAssemblyError. This has been resolved by modifying the way the Library subsystem processes the node changes events for Library Generation to ensure that each node completely rebuilds the LibraryMetadata for that Rule-Utility-Library so it contains all the Rule-Utility-Functions.

SR-D32441 · Issue 502572

Multi-nodes rebuild LibraryMetadata to ensure all Rule-Utility-Functions are present on change

Resolved in Pega Version 8.3.1

When performing a complete Application import into a clean installation, references to certain Rule-Utility-Functions went unresolved during the initial assembly. Investigation showed that after introducing a new Rule-Utility-Library or Rule-Utility-Function on one node in a cluster and then generating that, the other nodes in the cluster did not have the correct LibraryMetaDataCache for that Rule-Utility-Library. Therefore assemblies on those other nodes could be bad and throw a runtime UnresolvedAssemblyError. This has been resolved by modifying the way the Library subsystem processes the node changes events for Library Generation to ensure that each node completely rebuilds the LibraryMetadata for that Rule-Utility-Library so it contains all the Rule-Utility-Functions.

SR-D22113 · Issue 498312

Multi-nodes rebuild LibraryMetadata to ensure all Rule-Utility-Functions are present on change

Resolved in Pega Version 8.3.1

When performing a complete Application import into a clean installation, references to certain Rule-Utility-Functions went unresolved during the initial assembly. Investigation showed that after introducing a new Rule-Utility-Library or Rule-Utility-Function on one node in a cluster and then generating that, the other nodes in the cluster did not have the correct LibraryMetaDataCache for that Rule-Utility-Library. Therefore assemblies on those other nodes could be bad and throw a runtime UnresolvedAssemblyError. This has been resolved by modifying the way the Library subsystem processes the node changes events for Library Generation to ensure that each node completely rebuilds the LibraryMetadata for that Rule-Utility-Library so it contains all the Rule-Utility-Functions.

INC-161645 · Issue 634639

Java Bean import updated to handling differences in Java 7 and Java 8

Resolved in Pega Version 8.5.5

The behavior of the java bean Introspector class is inconsistent across different versions of the JDK when detecting indexed properties built off of java.util.List objects, causing Java Bean import to generate differently in Java 7 and Java 8. This has been resolved by updating PRIndexedPropertyDescriptor to better handle this JDK difference by resolving indexed read and write methods manually using simple reflection.

INC-163292 · Issue 635839

Portlet service deprecated

Resolved in Pega Version 8.5.5

Portlet authentication services have been removed from the standard installation package. The IAC service has been restored.

SR-D33359 · Issue 505773

SelectAll properly applied to only the page selected

Resolved in Pega Version 8.2.4

In repeating grid, applying SelectAll on one page resulted in it being applied to the next page as well even though all records in the other page were not selected. Investigation showed that on change, the 'when' condition added to refresh the list was always false. To resolve this, the condition in section pzBulkProcessingCheckbox which refreshes the list once the checkbox is changed has been removed.

SR-D37444 · Issue 507038

WorkBasketGadget control updated for improved backwards compatibility

Resolved in Pega Version 8.2.4

After upgrade, the WorkBasketGadget Control was not retrieving the work queues. This was traced to a backwards compatibility issue introduced when greater security was put in place. The control WorkBasketGadget contains a call to pzEncryptURLActionString that was introduced in 8.x versions of the platform to encrypt URLs to avoid hijacking. The content of the URL relies on the pxRequestor.pxWorkGroup property, which is resolved using pega:reference tags. This approach was working in versions below 8.x, but these tags were not resolved at runtime. To correct this, requestorWorkGroup will be resolved as string and passed as a parameter instead of using pega:reference tags.

SR-D26785 · Issue 495892

Corrected error when persisting temporary work object

Resolved in Pega Version 8.2.4

When persisting a temporary work object using the Persist case shape, the internal assignment handle was not updated to include the work object's ID. Subsequent attempts to access the internal assignment (such as the "Edit" button on the Review Harness) resulted in errors. Investigation showed that when a temporary case was persisted, pyInternalAssignmentHandle was not getting recalculated after pzInsKey was updated. To resolve this, the configuration on the edit button has been modified to use .pxFlow(pzInternalCaseFlow).pxAssignmentKey which is what pyInternalAssignmentHandle declare expression was also returning.

SR-D32525 · Issue 505467

Dirty check added to offer save/discard changes when closing tab

Resolved in Pega Version 8.2.4

With the OOTB section enabled, performing a change in the form (changing a text value, selecting a option in a dropdown, etc.) and closing the case generated an unexpected alert indicating that the case was changed and the modifications were lost. This differs from the previous behavior of showing the section pyDirtyCheckConfirm which offered the opportunity to save the work. This was a missed use case and has been resolved by updating the system to perform a check for the dirty state when closing the interaction and show a modal dialog asking the user to choose either save/discard if dirty.

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