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Understanding Requestor Type data instances
Users and external systems connect to Pega Platform using one of four requestor types. Requestor type data instances define the types of requestors that can access your system, such as a browser session, an external application, or an internal background process.
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Five requestor type data instances are defined. Each determines the rulesets, versions, access roles, and startup activities used by requestor sessions of that type.
CategoryThe Data-Admin-Requestor class contains requestor type data instances. They are part of the SysAdmin category.
- Creating a requestor type
Create a requestor type data instance by selecting Requestor from the SysAdmin category.
- Requestor Type form – Definition tab
Use this tab to provide access to applications for any person or external system signing in through this requestor type.
- Requestor Type form – Activities tab
You can use this tab to identify an activity that set up basic information and display an initial HTML form, such as the log in form.
- More about Requestor Type data instances
Requestors may be unauthenticated, known as guest users, or authenticated.
- AsyncProcessor requestor type
Use the AsyncProcessor requestor type to resolve Job Scheduler and Queue Processor rules.
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