Discussion

1
Replies
109
Views
Jon Garfunkel (JonnyGar)
BNY Mellon
Vice President, BPM CoE
BNY Mellon
US
JonnyGar Member since 2009 91 posts
BNY Mellon
Posted: February 12, 2015
Last activity: March 10, 2015
Posted: 12 Feb 2015 13:57 EST
Last activity: 10 Mar 2015 10:51 EDT
Closed

Scanning HTML text for deprecated Javascript

In many cases, users will upgrade their browsers faster than Pega servers will be upgraded.

We need a way to scan for deprecated Javascript, in v6+ systems. 

We could use the Security Analyzer, but that tool is a bit of an odd duck -- it wasn't engineered to run as part of the Warnings framework, so users can't see warnings when they work on a ruleform. That's what we need here. (And we could also use it for the Security Analyzer as well -- since that's just a Javascript pa).

Part of the value-add, as I'm aware, of the Security Analyzer, is that it takes a list of regex strings, and compiles them in into it a Pattern Matcher, so it could run against all rules. But, independently, it'd be simply helpful to have that sort of feature as a reusable rule, for general use? That would assist the above exercise (but that wouldn't be retrofitted to v6).

User Experience
Moderation Team has archived post, This thread is closed to future replies. Content and links will no longer be updated. If you have the same/similar Discussion, please write a new Discussion.