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Creating your top-level class

Updated on March 4, 2022

Your application uses a hierarchical class structure to define work objects so they can share common attributes and control rule resolution. A top-level class is a starting place for your class structure.

For simplicity and clarity, use the same (or similar) names for the ruleset and its top-level class. In many cases, you may find it useful to define the top-level class as the company name. For example, SampleCo- could be the top-level class name for the company SampleCo. For more information on classes and naming conventions, refer to Application Developer Help or the Community.

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