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About Static Content Bundle rules

Updated on August 16, 2022

Static content bundle rules define a group of JavaScript files or Cascading Style Sheet (CSS) files, identified as text file rules, that the server transmits to workstation browsers as a single unit or "bundle". Used appropriately, static content bundles can reduce HTTP network traffic and reduce user response times.

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Create a static content bundle rule if your application contains multiple text file rules containing JavaScript or CSS files that are always, or almost always, needed together to support a browser display or function. See More...

Where referenced

Static content bundle rules are referenced by:

  • An HTML rule, HTML fragment rule, or other stream rule that contains the <pega:static > JSP tag.
  • Harness rule form Scripts and Styles tab.


Use the Records Explorer to list all static content bundle rules available to you.


Static content bundle rules are instances of the Rule-File-Bundle class. They are part of the Technical category.

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