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Issue with Parse XML after upgrade

SA-34549

Summary



User updated from PRPC 5.4 to Pega 7.1.8. When they use one of the existing Parse XML rule they got below error,

"This type of Parse XML rule is deprecated. An upgrade should be performed"

Even after upgrading the parse XML and creating a new Parse XML with same details, It is throwing below error in tracer,

** Couldn't load XML parser class Rule_Parse_XML_QBE_Data_Integration_ESB_LossDetailRsType_http___qbe_com_au_esb_schema_qbe_1_LossDetail_Model_GMT


Error Messages



** Couldn't load XML parser class Rule_Parse_XML_QBE_Data_Integration_ESB_LossDetailRsType_http___qbe_com_au_esb_schema_qbe_1_LossDetail_Model__GMT


Steps to Reproduce



1.Open any Parse XML which is upgraded from lower PRPC version (5.4). The existing Parse XML is deprecated and we will have to upgrade it before making any changes.
2. Run the transaction and trace it . In tracer it is throwing the below error.
** Couldn't load XML parser class Rule_Parse_XML_QBE_Data_Integration_ESB_LossDetailRsType_http___qbe_com_au_esb_schema_qbe_1_LossDetail_Model_20170213T122257_254_GMT

Root Cause



An issue in the custom application code or rules, where only the child parse xml rules are upgraded.

When the activity calling from the parent parse xml, it could not load the newly upgraded child parse xml because these are not in the parent parse xml scope to load.



Resolution



Perform the following local-change:

Perform the parse xml upgrade from parent level. This will solve the issue.

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Published March 24, 2017 - Updated October 8, 2020

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