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Enterprise Class Structure in Pega

Introduction Pega is an enterprise software.Designing enterprise class structure is the basic to begin before creating an application. In  simple words, we are going to map our class structure with the client organization. Here you can see five enterprise class structure layers connected via Inheritance. Organisation LayerDivision LayerUnit LayerFramework LayerImplementation Layer Org, Div, Unit layer

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Framework and Implementation application – with example

Introduction In this post you see the basics about framework and implementation application in Pega. The primary focus of any application will be to increase the maximum re-usability as well as support scalability. Consider, Amazon organization. They have 3 divisions: SalesServiceMarketing Amazon plans to provide Pega CRM solution to Sales division and if it is a

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Data Pages in Pega

Introduction In this post we will exclusively see about how to configure a new data page and its scope. Every application needs some data to support its processes.Basically data resides in memory, database, or other external applications.Pega uses clipboard data structure to store the data in memory. Scenario: Imagine some insurance call center’s CRM application

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Database class mapping wizard in Pega

Introduction In this post we will see how to use database class mapping wizard Pega 7 introduced a separate database schema for rule and data. PegaRules – Contains rule tables.PegaData – Contains data instances like work item. All the work and data tables resides in PegaData, whereas the rule tables reside in PegaRules. Data can

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Data type and Cascading control example in Pega

Introduction Data type is a generic term to include any data instances. Pega have many inbuilt data instances. Access groups, class group, organization, unit etc., are all data instances. Note: Data instances cannot be locked and they don’t belong to any ruleset version. Go to App explorer and type Data-Admin- You can see some list

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Server side and Client side validation in Pega

Introduction In this post we will learn about the server side and client side validation in Pega We all may be aware of the Server-Client Architecture. Here Client sends a request to Server.Server responds with a response. In Pega, we have 2 types of Servers: Application Server (Websphere, weblogic, etc,.)Web Server (Tomcat) Clients can be

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What are the validation rules in Pega?

Introduction In this post, we will see about different types of validation rules available in Pega. Every application needs correct data to process any request. Imagine you are visiting an employment portal and applying for a job. When you fill any application form, you may come across different fields with different validation. For example, in

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How do you configure Connect-File in Pega

What are the rules involved? Connect-File.Connector activity. What is Connect-File? A connector rule falls under Integration-Connectors category.The main purpose of this rule is to create a file and place it in the mentioned App server directory. How to configure Connect–File? Create a new Connect–File rule from Integration category ( No wizard available). Three blocks are

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Agent and Agent Schedule in Pega

Introduction In this post we will see in details about Agent and Agent Schedule in Pega. Most of the applications rely on processes that operate at the background without human intervention. Imagine there is a requirement to send a status report to the reporting manager every day by 8 p.m. You can code it like ‘providing

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What are the requestor types in Pega?

Introduction In this post we will see the requestor types in Pega. Imagine you are logging into any application. As soon as you log in, the data for that session will be stored in either memory or database. So whatever activity you do in an application, is basically like playing with data. It can store, remove and update data.

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