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System throwing error on Chrome and not in IE



User is on Healthcare Industry Framework (HCIF) and creating a code Set. The system is keeping the file name in pyFileUpload property on pxRequestor between 2 flow actions as it should when using IE but removes that property when using Chrome.

Error Messages

In chrome:
* The Flow Action post-processing activity ValidateCodeSet failed: Can't continue with file upload. "" is not a file.
** Can't continue with file upload, "" is not a file.

Steps to Reproduce

  1. Under HCIF, trying to create code set
  2. Use the Create -> Code Set menu item
  3. Select a Code Set Type
  4. Select the “Upload code file” radio button and browse your local directory for the input file
  5. Now click “Next”
  6. In IE 11, user is able to move to the next flow action of the flow
  7. In post action activity first step, checked if the pyFileUpload property exists on the pxRequestor page. It does exists when using IE.
  8. However, running the same functionality in Chrome, it throws an error
  9. In the same post action activity, checking if the pyFileUpload property exists on the pxRequestor page. It does NOT exist when using chrome.

Root Cause

The root cause of this problem is a defect in Pegasystems’ code/rules.


HFix-23037 resolves this issue

Published July 20, 2015 - Updated October 8, 2020

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