Mashups are pieces of Pega Platform content or functionality that you can embed in a web page. The use of mashups does not require server-side integration. To create a mashup, you generate a mashup code in App Studio or Dev Studio, and then paste the code into the website source code.
You can create simple mashups that display small informational elements in harnesses, or complex flows that deliver most of the host-page functionality. For example, by embedding whole cases, you enable users to access case information, create new cases, and work with assignments.
Actions that you can define within mashups include:
- Create a new case
- Creates a new work object of a specified class and flow.
- Display a page
- Shows the harness specified by the harnessName and className parameters.
- Get next work
- Displays the work object of the highest priority in the worklist.
- Open an assignment
- Displays the specified assignment in the perform mode.
- Open a case by ID
- Displays the specified work object by work ID in the review mode.
- Open a case by Handle
- Displays the specified work object by work handle in the review mode.
- Open a case by URL
- Displays the harness returned by the custom activity specified in the action.
For relevant training materials, see the Pega Web Mashup module on Pega Academy.
- Creating a mashup
Enhance the functionality of your web application by embedding elements of Pega UI in your code. You can render whole cases so that users can create work and manage assignments. For example, you can embed a feedback form within your website so that the users who access the page can share their comments.
- Mashup attributes
Learn about the attributes, actions, and events that you can use in a mashup so that you can fully benefit from the functionality.
- Mashup action objects
- Best practices for using mashups
Embed Pega content on your website with less effort by following best practices for mashups. Building a guidelines-compliant application results in less issues and saves you time on troubleshooting and fixing errors.
- Troubleshooting mashup issues
Ensure that your mashups work as intended by learning about potential mashup issues and their resolutions.