Question1Replies33Views JamesS5330 Member since 2016 1 post Scotiabank Posted: 1 month agoUpdated: 1 month ago Google User Agent String deprecation in Chrome 81 Google intends to deprecate the “navigator.userAgent” method used to access the User Agent string, suggested to start in March with Chrome 81 (ref article on "9to5google.com" - https://ww.9to5google.com/2020/01/14/google-deprecate-chrome-user-agent-string-privacy/#).Several questions arise from reading this article :Which version of Pega 7.x/8.x use the http user agent string?Does Pega use the user agent string to generate/optimize HTML specific to device/browsers?Are there any browser versions from the platform support guide that should be avoided with this deprecation due to performance/security considerations?Please let me know what Pega is doing to prepare for this change. Pega Platform Application Development Low-Code User Interface ReplyI also have this Question (0) FacebookTwitterLinkedinEmail Copy Link Copied! Subscribe Add to My Favorites Posted: 1 month agoShruthiMukka_GCS replied to JamesS5330Pega still seems to use http user agent string to generate browser specific mark-up. This is being used from 7.x and still being used in 8.3 as well. Here's an example in rule RUF 'BrowserIsFirefoxOrSafari' List h = ((com.pega.pegarules.priv.PegaAPI)tools).getHTTPHeaders("User-Agent"); String s = (String)h.get(0); if(s.indexOf("Firefox/") > 0) return true; else return false; Pega would update the Platform Support guides if useragent gets deprecated. But as of now, the current support guides doesn't have any chrome version browser restrictions for 8.x till 8.3. -Shruthi Facebook Twitter Linkedin Email Copy Link Copied!