The StartComplaint flow in the practice application - Sky Airlines is in draft mode and upon removing the draft mode and saving the flow rule - the following error is encountered : "An ending activity cannot have a task type of assignment".
Is this a known issue with the application or am I missing something?
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The process for connecting to a Personal Edition database would be similar.
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Connecting to the 7.1.7 PVS database
Database connection information can be found in Tomcat’s conf directory’s context.xml file.
<!-- PostgreSQL 9.1 -->
Note above that Tomcat is told that the Postgres database is one the same server, i.e., localhost. To you this is “prpc” as defined in your C:\Windows\System32\drivers\etc\hosts file. Example below.
192.168.222.134 prpc # 7.1.7
192.168.222.129 prpc62 # 6.2 PVS
The information needs to connect to any database using a JDBC thin driver is:
Driver class: org.postgresql.Driver
JDBC URL: jdbc:postgresql://prpc:5432/pega
Next you need to locate a jar that contains the Postgres Driver class. Go to https://jdbc.postgresql.org/. Since version 9 of Postgres is used, click on the “JDBC4” link. Example file name downloaded = postgresql-9.4-1201.jdbc4.jar. Place this jar in a well-known location, e.g., C:\717.
Next download the Squirrel Open Source Java application from http://www.squirrelsql.org/. Extract to a directory such as C:\apps\Squirrel.
Be sure you have Java installed on your laptop and have JAVA_HOME defined.
Launch Squirrel, click on Drivers, click on Extra Class Path, navigate to the Postgres Driver jar than you download, click Open, then click OK.
Next click on the Aliases tab, add supply the information below to connect to the 7.1.7 PVS. As shown above, the password is simply “password”.
If you click “Connect” now, however, you will get an error.
The reason for this is that Postgres by default does not allow remote connections.
Using putty, log into your PVS, then issue: cd /etc/postgresql/9.1/main
Launch vi using: sudo vi postgresql.conf
As shown below, add: listen_addresses = '*'
Next execute: sudo vi pg_hba.conf
As shown below, add: host all all 0.0.0.0/0 trust
Finally, restart the Postgres DB.
sudo /etc/init.d/postgresql stop
sudo /etc/init.d/postgresql start
Try you Squirrel connection again. This time it should work.