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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.

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-161463 · Issue 638000

Case Dependency corrected for different access groups

Resolved in Pega Version 8.3.6

Creating a queue item as part of the case dependency was not working as expected when the access groups of the dependent cases were different. Investigation showed that in this scenario, the logic was looping differently and the DependencyList page in pxCheckFlowDependencies was getting removed. To resolve this, the DependencyList page has been moved so it is processed inside the DependencyList.pxResults loop.

INC-163154 · Issue 638097

Code updated for bulk actions buttons

Resolved in Pega Version 8.3.6

After upgrade, hovering over the "Filter case" button in pzBullkUpdate and the "Create" and "Clear" buttons in pzBulkAddActions caused them to disappear. The warning "This button generates markup that was used to support the older browsers. It is recommended that you update it to the newer markup" was shown, and an update code button appeared. Some custom rules exhibited the same behavior initially, but worked as expected after updating the code and saving them. This has been resolved by updating the buttons in pzBulkUpdate and pzAddBulkActions with the latest UI technologies used for button control codes.

INC-164413 · Issue 636125

Updated timestamp handling for duplicate key issue with PyCompleteAutomation

Resolved in Pega Version 8.3.6

Occasionally a robot failed to complete a case due to a duplicate key exception. This was an issue with the History record creation due to duplicate key erlated to the timestamp, and has been resolved by updating the timestamp handling so that the REST API will use 'getCurrentTimeStampUnique' and for other cases 'pxGetCurrentTimeStampThreadUnique' will be used.

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