Reply posted on October 17, 2019 by KevinZheng_GCSPega
I could not find anything in our internal database, so most likely the answer is no.
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You can review the System-Queue-ServiceLevel.ProcessEvent activity to see how the pxLateTime is calculated when the ServiceLevelEvents agent runs. In step 2, it uses the pyCalendar value from the assignment.
Hi, Please check below link, it might help you. https://community1.pega.com/community/product-support/question/single-property-value-displayed-multiple-color-based-value
Hi Alan, Open your class definition and in external class mapping tab map the property name with the column name(optimized column). Using this is will make sure to map the data in exposed column whenever new WOs are created. Regards, Vikash
It is likely that something in your automation is the problem if you are seeing the control get created. Without seeing the code run and examining logs, I am afraid I don't have any more suggestions. I doubt there is a bug in matching as you have...
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