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Comparing rules by system

Updated on January 14, 2022

You can use the Rulebase Compare wizard to identify differences in the rules present on two Pega Platform systems. For example, you can use the tool to confirm the success of a product migration between systems, or to identify the changes needed to synchronize two systems.

Starting the tool

Select ConfigureSystemRefactorRuleSetsRulebase Compare to start the wizard. For instructions on the form, see Using the Rulebase Compare tool.

You specify the target system and the RuleSet or a Rule-Admin-Product rule to compare. The same RuleSet or Rule-Admin-Product must be on both systems. The comparison processing is performed on the system on which you are running the Rulebase Compare wizard.

  1. Using the Rulebase Compare wizard — Step 1: Enter System Info

    Use this wizard form to specify the target system for the rule base comparison.

  2. Using the Rulebase Compare wizard — Step 2: Select Instances

    Use this wizard form to specify the ruleset or product that defines the set of rules you wish to compare.

  3. Using the Rulebase Compare wizard - Step 3: Display Summary

    The Parameter Review form displays your target system specification and the rulesets or product rule you have chosen to compare.

  4. Using the Rulebase Compare wizard — Step 4: Display Report

    The Synchronization Report lists the rules, rulesets, and ruleset versions in which differences were found between the source and target systems. For each rule the wizard identifies the action to be performed on the target system to make it match the source system.

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