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Proposition management enhancements

Updated on August 31, 2018

Pega® Platform provides flexibility and options when you define the business hierarchy in your application.

You can now do the following actions:

Create business hierarchy in any context

You can choose a context when you create business issues, groups, and proposition properties. By creating these resources in specific rulesets or branches, you can control their visibility and separate lines of business in your application. Any propositions that you create in a business hierarchy inherit the context of the group in which they are created.

Creating a business hierarchy

Creating a business hierarchy in a branch

For more information, see Creating a business issue, Creating a group, Adding a versioned proposition, and Adding an unversioned proposition.

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Copy proposition groups

To avoid creating propositions manually, you can reuse existing propositions from built-on applications by copying proposition groups. To copy proposition groups, click Designer Studio > Decisioning > Decisions > Proposition Management > Copy proposition groups.

You can copy proposition groups from one layer down in the application ruleset stack. For more information, see RuleSet Stack tab.

Copying groups from a built-on application

Copying proposition groups

For more information, see Copying groups from the built-on application.

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Edit unversioned propositions in Excel

Bulk edit unversioned propositions in a proposition group. Export, edit, and import unversioned propositions by using Excel.

Editing unversioned proposition in bulk

Bulk editing unversioned propositions

For more information, see Editing unversioned propositions in bulk.

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