How do you flag a rule as a new base version in order to get rid of any circumstancing on that rule?
Copy the rule to a higher RS version and mark it as a base rule by checking the box.
This tells the rule resolution algorithm to ignore all previous occurrences of the rule in the same major but different minor/patch version.
How would you get rid of circumstancing on a rule by withdrawing it?
When a circumstanced rule is withdrawn all previous occurrences of this rule in the same major but lower minor/patch versions having the same circumstance type are withdrawn
Rule resolution then selects the base version of the rule despite meeting the circumstanced condition.
In order to override a circumstanced rule you need to create a withdrawn rule in a higher ruleset with the same circumstancing and withdraw that rule.
What rule is selected in rule resolution when a borrower has HighRisk accoring to our ruleset and the contained rules? (see picture)
The flagged rule is the correct rule resolution for this scenario. The flagged base rule is a higher priority then the rule with the values of HighRisk. In this case the lower ruleset version (01-01-01) with the two circumstanced rules is obsolete.
Which rule would be selected by the rule resolution algorithm in this scenario? (Borrower with a low risk of default)
In this scenario the correct rule resolution for a borrower with a low risk of default in this example is the rule in the MyCoLoan ruleset version 01-01-01.
The higher version of MortLoan in the MyCoLoan ruleset is Withdrawn. A withdrawn rule hides a prior circumstanced version and reverts to the base rule.
You have a requirement to create generalized assets that can then be extended by a specific implementation. Which layer of the Enterprise Class Structure would you store the assets in? (Choose 1)
A declare expression returns the result of a decision table. The decision table evaluates a property set from a data page, which is populated by a report definition. If the declare expression returns an incorrect result, which rule should you unit test first?
1. Decision Table
2. Data Page
3. Declare Expression
4. Report Definition
4. Report Definition
A user has the following ruleset in their ruleset list:
If the pyWorkPage class is TGB-PL-Work-Loan and the clipboard value for the Risk property is High Risk which of the follwoing rules is chosen by rule resolution?
The original time I chose 7, why did I think this -- avoid in the future
Each activity step includes multiple fields to configure. Which option allows a developer to jump over a step before exeuting the step, if a condition is met?
Which of the following statements about relevant records are true? (choose 2)
- Rules marked manually for reuse strictly by application developers
- Rules that have been marked for reuse automatically by Pega or manually by application developers
- Relevant records can not be disabled once marked as relevant records
- Access in the Data Designer, or Case Designer when adding a step to a process, adding field to a view, or applying a service level
2. Rules that have been marked for reuse automatically by Pega or manually by application developers
4. Accessed in the Data Designer or Case Designer when adding a step to a process, adding fields to a view, or applying a service level