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Adding a versioned proposition

Updated on July 5, 2022

Follow these steps to create propositions that are stored in the system as decision data records. These propositions are part of the decision data rule instance managing propositions for a given group.

In Pega decision management, a proposition is anything that can be offered to a customer. This can include things like advertisements, products, offer bundles, or service actions. Whatever is presented to the customer as the Next-Best-Action is called a proposition.
  1. In the header of Dev Studio, click ConfigureDecisioningDecisionsProposition ManagementHierarchy.
  2. In the Decision data records list, click the name of the group where you want to add a proposition.
  3. On the Data tab, click New.
  4. On the Create or update proposition, enter the proposition name and description.
  5. Optional: For the Active property, select the radio button that defines the proposition validity:
    • Always - Makes the proposition permanently active.
    • Never - Makes the proposition inactive (that is, disabled).
    • Within a defined time period - Makes the proposition active within a particular time frame. Specify the Start Date and End Date properties. The type of these properties is DateTime.
    Note: The default setting is Always.
  6. Optional: Provide additional information, depending on the number of properties available in the proposition group.
  7. Click Create.

You can view the newly created proposition on the Data tab of the group (decision data record).

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