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Viewing a sample class structure

Updated on June 30, 2021

Once the initial classes are created, other classes can be built that extend from the top-level global class that contain other specialized KYC Type rules. These child classes become categories of KYC Types and are used to store KYC Type rules organized and specialized by country, region, product, and so on.

You can see a sample of this class structure and how it is displayed to a business user by logging on to the system as the sample business user operator provided with the Pega Know Your Customer for Financial Services reference application.

  1. Click Launch web interfaceKYCRuleManager.
  2. View the class structure.

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