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Vigneshwaran Aravindhan (VigneshAravind)
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Posted: March 1, 2017
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Posted: 1 Mar 2017 4:25 EST
Last activity: 6 Apr 2018 19:26 EDT
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PRPC 7.1.9 # pzCanPerformAssignment returns TRUE where a FALSE is expected

Post upgrade from PRPC V6.2.1 to V7.1.9 we observed an authorization issue only in UAT environment. We have thoroughly tested the relevant scenario in ‘DEV/QA/Performance’ environments and it could not be reproduced.

Our observations in the following sequence below...

  1. User clicks on an assignment that belongs to a restricted case to which he/she has no access (configured via access roles)
  2. On-click event triggers the OOTB Rule-Obj-Activity OpenAndLockWork
  3. OpenAndLockWork calls the OOTB Rule-Utility-Function pzCanPerformAssignment
  4. pzCanPerformAssignment verifies the relevant Rule-Access-When CanPerform (Customized to meet our client requirements)
  5. OOTB PRPC function pzCanPerformAssignment is returning TRUE while we were expecting a FALSE.
  6. Now; the user can access any case that belongs to any restricted work group.

Our client is worried about what might happen in production after the Pega7 go-live date.

Solutions attempted so far in UAT...

  • Revalidate & Save relevant Rule-Access-Role-Name/Rule-Access-Role-Obj(s).
  • Create the Rule-Access-When with new option in DEV and move it to UAT.
  • Clear Assembly/Rules cache from SMA.
  • Recompile the concerned function & library.
  • Truncate Pega7 cache tables and restart JVMs along with deletion of PegaRULES_Extract_Marker.txt
  • Compare application stack and verify environment specific rulesets for conflicts.
  • Enable relevant logging.

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