Issue: Visio Flow Editor security warning when user logs into User portal
When an application user logs in to Process Commander V5.1 or V5.2, a Windows Security warning appears mentioning the Visio Flow Editor.
This warning occurs after the End-User option of the
OCX_Installer.zip file was used to install ActiveX controls on the user's workstation.
The message is confusing, as end-user do not have Visio installed and do not edit flow rules.
Update: This issue occurs only with V5.1 and V5.2 when ActiveX controls are installed with the the
This issue is corrected in the
OCX_Installer.zip file included with V5.3.
The OCX installation has two options:
Developer install – installs the ActiveX controls required for application developers and end-users.
End-User install – installs only the ActiveX controls required for end-users.
The Visio Flow Editor control is required for end users due to software dependencies, even though end users do not typically view and edit flow rules. However, the V5.2 End-User install incorrectly omits this control.
To allow users to access the ActiveX controls, you must use the Developer install when installing the OCX files:
- From the installation CD, copy
OCXInstaller.zip to the local drive of your client workstation.
- Extract the contents of the zip file.
- Access the directory where you extracted the files and double-click
setupwin32.exe to run the installation wizard.
- Accept the license agreement and click Next. The following appears.
- Select the Developer Install radio button.
- Click Next> to begin the installation. When installation is complete, the following message appears:
PegaRULES Process Commander Cab Files are successfully deployed in Downloaded Program Files folder
- Click Finish.
Published June 22, 2007 — Updated June 22, 2007