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Data-Admin-Requestor instance "wfe!BATCH" not found



After migrating a system from PRPC 6.3 to Pega 7.1.9, an error occurred during start-up in the logs.

Error Messages

**Date and time**,698 [          SERVERNAME] [          ] [                    ] [                    ] (
internal.access.DatabaseImpl) INFO    - Checking schema PEGA719RULES for obsolete triggers
**Date and time**,241 [          SERVERNAME] [          ] [                    ] [                    ] (  internal.access.DatabaseImpl) INFO    - No obsolete triggers detected
. PRNodeImpl init failed
        at com.pega.pegarules.session.internal.mgmt.PREnvironment.getThreadAndInitialize(
        at com.pega.pegarules.session.internal.PRSessionProviderImpl.getThreadAndInitialize(

Steps to Reproduce

Migrate the system, and start the application server.

Root Cause

The above error can occur if the system name is not present in the prconfig.xml or through the Dynamic System Setting.


Perform any one of the following local-changes:
  • Add the Dynamic System Setting as:
          Owning Ruleset: Pega-Engine
          Setting Purpose: prconfig/identification/systemName/default
          Value: Pega
           (or any system name)
  • Adding the following to the prconfig.xml file:
          <env name="Identification/SystemName" value="pega"/>

Published May 21, 2016 - Updated October 8, 2020

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