Every connected Pega® Platform requestor (including browser-based users and even unauthenticated guest users) has an associated temporary memory area on the server known as the clipboard. The clipboard has a hierarchical structure, consisting of nodes known as pages, most of which have a name and an associated class. Pages act as buffers or temporary copies of object instances (of that class) that are copied from, or might later be stored into, the Pega Platform database or another database. You can use the Clipboard tool to interact with the clipboard when developing and debugging applications.
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