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XSD is getting generated with header and footer elements

SA-39151

Summary



Executing an extract rule (manually inside Pega) in Pega 7.2 generates the XSD in a different structure from previous versions. As such, these XSDs cannot be provided or injected into the existing reporting systems that processed the extracted data in previous versions. XSD is getting generated with header and footer elements.

User requires a fix to generate the XSDs without header and footer.


Error Messages



Not Applicable


Steps to Reproduce



1. Create property in the target class and a page list property with the properties in it.
2. Create extract rule as show in the attached document.
3. Test the connectivity.
4. Run extract rule from the UI.
5. Check the generated XSD has header and footer. User is expecting a XSD without header and footer as it happens in PRPC 6.X series.


Root Cause



A defect or configuration issue in the operating environment:

Resolution



Perform the following local-change:

1. Stop the server.
2. Copy the provided xslt file to the server file system.
3. Open a prconfig.xml file (example C:\tomcat-instances\prpc721\apache-tomcat-8.0.35\webapps\prweb\WEB-INF\classes) and add the below line to it:

<env name="extract/schema/xsl/path" value = "/filesConfig/extract/pytree2schema.xslt" />
Notice that header and footer sections are commented out in this XSLT file.
4. Save the prconfig file.
5. Restart the server, run the extract rule and observe that new generated XSD has no header and footer.

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Published August 1, 2017 - Updated October 8, 2020

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