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Running the static assembler from Dev Studio

Updated on July 8, 2022

Run the static assembler from Dev Studio to preassemble and cache rules in your Pega application. First use assembly (FUA) of rules is a one-time process that can add strain to your computing resources, but it is a best practice for all Pega clients to complete this process to ensure that your application rules run most efficiently.

Before you begin: You must have the Pega-Landing.pxStaticAssemblyControl privilege to run the static assembler.
The static assembler can take several hours to run, depending on such factors as:
  • The number of unique rules in your application.
  • Whether this is the first time you run the static assembler.
  • The number of new rules in your application cache since you last ran the static assembler.
  1. In the header of Dev Studio, click ConfigureSystemPerformanceAssemblyStatic Assembler.
  2. In the Application Name dropdown list, click Start Assembly.
What to do next: If this is an FUA, nothing more is required at this time. To investigate and diagnose any rule assembly issues you encounter in your application, see the diagnosing suggestions section in Preassembling rules in an application.
  • Previous topic Preassembling rules in an application
  • Next topic On-premises only: Running the static assembler from the command line

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