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Implementing ClaimsXten

Updated on December 15, 2021

The PegaClaimsCXT application is provided in a separate jar “PegaClaimsCXT.jar” in the installation file.

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This needs to be installed to enable the ClaimsXten functionality. The PegaClaimsCXT application is built on the PegaClaims application.

Once installed, the following configurations need to be set up to enable the integration.

Application system settings

These are found in the Settings->Application Settings->ClaimsXten in App Studio

Application settingPurpose
CXTftp authenticationApplication setting for ClaimsXten ftp authentication.
CXT ftpport numberPort number for the ClaimsXten ftp server
CXTftp URLURL for the ClaimsXten ftp server
CXT web service authenticationApplication setting for the ClaimsXten web service authentication
CXT web service timeout (ms)Application setting for the timeout of the ClaimsXten web service
CXT web service URLURL for the ClaimsXten web service
Dynamic system settings

These are found in the Records->Sys Admin->Dynamic System Settings in Dev Studio

Dynamic system settingPurposeValue
IsCXTServiceEnabledChoose whether Data page source is Webtrue/false
IsCXTftpEnabledEnable / disable FTP server or localtrue/false
CXTFTPTransferModeTransfer mode for FTPASCII/Binary
CXTPaidFeedFTPTargetLocationTarget file location in ftp serverAs applicable
CXTPaidFeedFTPSourceLocationSource file location in local Pega serverAs applicable

The application version is PegaClaimsCXT 1. This is the application that is configured and certified with ClaimsXten™ version 6.2. Future versions of ClaimsXten that are certified will have an incremental application version number.

ClaimsXten web service

The SCE integrates to ClaimsXten using a web service, or for the purposes of testing, a simulated service can be invoked. If the DSS setting IsCXTServiceEnabled is set to true, then the web service is utilized, and the appropriate application settings need to be configured. If this setting is false, then a simulated response is returned.

The web service uses two data transforms for the integration that can be extended as needed.

  • EncodeCXTRequest – encodes a Base64 request to ClaimsXten
  • DecodeCXTResponse – decodes a Base64 response from ClaimsXten

In the instance that the simulated response is required, the CXTSimulatedResponses decision table can be configured to send a response to be handled. The SCE test claim name is used to trigger the response XML structure.

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