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Michael Finlay (MichaelF1903)
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Posted: January 14, 2019
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What exactly is "@java"?

In our custom Authentication activity we have a Property-Set step that uses "@java". It causes the following warning:

"The usage of @java in expressions is deprecated and support for it will be removed in a future version. Consider replacing @java with utility functions or other product features."

However, the reason for this being present is that it ships with PRPC OOTB. Please can someone explain:

1) What this does and how it differs from using a java method?

2) Why does PRPC ship with example code for you to copy that contains guardrail breaches?

Many thanks for your help,

Mike.

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