Reply posted on April 4, 2019 by MarcLasserre_GCSPega
Hello, Does the rule exists? Are you able to trace this?
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Hi Michael, It could be the case that ruleset D is prerequisite to one of the rulesets in APP1. Can you please check. Warm regards, Venkat
Hi Terrance, I tried the similar use case in my local and I am able to refer properties from Data-X class in table. Please find the attached document with configuration screenshots. Note: I am on Pega 7.4 version. Hope it helps. Thanks.
Follow below link for the same discussion https://community1.pega.com/community/pega-support/question/how-add-shared-ruleset-component-and-shared-rulesets-array-general
Hi, It is worth to check following Post. It may help you. https://community1.pega.com/community/pega-academy/question/question-about-ecs-enterprise-class-structure
I tried the below steps. 1) Create a Custom Label 2) Use this custom label in the Grid Label 3) Add the required background CSS in the application CSS additional file sheet. Please refer to attachments. This should not result in a guardrail warning.
In general a custom error is generated by a custom rule from your development rulesets. Where a product error is coming from an Out-Of-The-Box rule coming from Pega rulesets. Now having said that, sometimes an Out-Of-The-Box rule will be failing...
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