Reply posted on December 6, 2019 by PRANAYCHAKRABORTY
Yes. With any user, the issue is persistent.
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Hi, Below could be helpful: https://community.pega.com/support/support-articles/exceptions-occur-running-load-test Thanks
AccessGroup.pyPortal contains the name of a portal, not the name of access group. Accessgroup name is in AccessGroup.pyAccessGroup property.
Hi Satya, You can verify pegarules & pega alert logs,You can find error/exceptions details in them.Additionally you can enable debug loggers as well for the particular rule & get more information. If you can share the exact issue then I can...
About point 2: I'd not advice you to keep a lot of data on client side. Browsers, in general, are not very efficient in regards of performance, comparing with your servers. Well, that might be, but you can never rely on it- you never know, what&...
Hi Anshuman, I am not sure about OOTB features of Pega to write event logs, but below links could help you: https://rosettacode.org/wiki/Write_to_Windows_event_log#Java https://stackoverflow.com/questions/164879/how-to-write-from-java-to-the...
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