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Rama Krishna Rachuri (RamaKrishnaR7282)
ANZ Banking Group Ltd

ANZ Banking Group Ltd
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RamaKrishnaR7282 Member since 2017 7 posts
ANZ Banking Group Ltd
Posted: April 14, 2020
Last activity: May 3, 2020

pyLabel is not allowing the more than 64 characters

Hi,

My application was built on PEGA 7.1.7. and CPM framework. we are using pyLabel property which is belongs to CPMFS ruleset. This property is not allowing the 64 characters and to resolve this issue we have increased character length from 64 to 256 in data base table. after making the db changes i have done below task's.

1) clear restart.

2) save and test connectivity for class.

3) save and test connectivity for db table rule instance.

still pyLabel is not allowing the more than 64 characters. when i am trying to increase the character size in property advanced it is showing the bellow error.

 Error Message: Maximum Length - Because property is exposed in a database column. 128 has been changed to 64 conform to base property definition.

I have verified below link also. it did not help me.

https://collaborate.pega.com/question/pylabel-too-long-maximum-length-allowed-64

Kindly provide the solution to resolve this issue.

 

Thanks & Regards,

Rama Krishna

Pega Customer Service 7.1.2 Low-Code App Development