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Packaging rules and data that contain field-level auditing information

Updated on May 11, 2022

To save time and maintain consistency when you deploy your application in another environment, ensure that the field-level auditing data in your cases persists, by packaging specific rules and classes.

For example, when you move your application from a staging to a production environment, you can move the auditing data for the fields in your case types at the same time.
Note: To ensure optimal migration of data when you package an application, exclude non-versioned rules from the content of product rules, and include the rules that carry field-level auditing data as individual instances. For more information about packaging your application rules, see Specifying the content of a product rule.

Ensure that you package the following rules of a Rule-Obj-Class rule type:

  • A full class of a case type with enabled field-level auditing, for example FLAudit-PegaProjMgmt-Work-UserStory-Epic
  • A class group of a class with enabled field-level auditing, for example FLAudit-PegaProjMgmt-Work

Ensure that you package the following data instances:

  • DataAdmin-DataBase-ClassGroup, for example FLAudit-PegaProjMgmt-Work
  • DataAdmin-DataBase, for example FLAudit-PegaProjMgmt-Work

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