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INC-142589 · Issue 595489

Corrected tooltip evaluation for multiselect

Resolved in Pega Version 8.4.3

After adding help text for a multiselect help icon with overlay on hover field, the value was not being sourced. Changing to a different type of help text or control type worked as expected. This was due to an error in case sensitivity, using pyToolTip when it should have been pyTooltip, and has been corrected.

INC-142714 · Issue 596554

Recent Cases from different applications available to open

Resolved in Pega Version 8.4.3

An enhancement has been added which will allow opening other application assignments in the Recent Cases section of the current application when the user has access to multiple applications.

INC-143005 · Issue 596954

Fluid Overlay displays as expected in Firefox

Resolved in Pega Version 8.4.3

After upgrade, using the Overlay format "Fluid" to perform the screening matches task in CLM using Firefox had an overlay that covered the entire screen but was missing the scrollbar to manage the content. This has been resolved by adding changes to support dynamic content (with scrollbar) for center overlay.

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-C93292 · Issue 432662

Inline error messages linked to input for accessibility

Resolved in Pega Version 8.2.3

In order to support accessibility for server side inline messages, the controls have been mapped to the error message div and an aria-describedby attribute has been added for the same. This allows JAWS to read the error message specific to the control where the error occurs.

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.

SR-D20763 · Issue 500406

DASS added to allow toggle of indexpurpose filter in declare index join

Resolved in Pega Version 8.2.3

A performance issue was seen when using a declare index join to add a pxIndexPurpose filter to a very large index_workparty table, either taking a long time to process a search request or intermittently timing out. This was traced to recent modifications in the DeclareIndex Join filter conditions to better handle multiple declare index rules pointing to the same index table, As a result, doing a declare index join on one of the declare indexes returned results that included those that corresponded to other declare index rules. To resolve this, a DASS has been provided to toggle the inclusion of the indexpurpose filter in a declare index join to allow for better customization.

INC-147457 · Issue 621708

Elapsed time in Work History Table includes sub-flow

Resolved in Pega Version 8.4.5

Elapsed times were not captured when an assignment was in a wait shape followed by a utility which set a ticket and moved the assignment to a sub-flow. Investigation showed that when flow execution is in a sub-flow and a ticket is raised, the assignment in sub-flow was removed but audit history was not captured. To handle this scenario, the functions pzCleanSplitForTicket and pzRemoveFlowForTicket have been added, and FlowMethodBody FUA has been modified to include pzCleanSplitForTicket instead of CleanSplit.

INC-149213 · Issue 608519

Email attachments properly displayed in mobile browsers

Resolved in Pega Version 8.4.5

When attempting to use any mobile browser to open the email attachment of a work object, a blank HTML page appeared before the email attachment was shown. The blank page did not appear if the mobile browser was set to use "Desktop mode" or "PC mode". This has been resolved by updating the BAC registration method so that correspondence attachments are properly opened in all mobile browsers and HC apps for all channel types. An additional issue of a blank window appearing on IOS devices that was caused by correspondence attachments opening in a new window instead of opening in the current window has also been corrected.

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