Pega CTS, Capgemini, HCL Technologies, Accenture Interview Questions and Answers Part 3


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Pega CTS, Capgemini, HCL Technologies, Accenture Interview Questions and Answers Part 3

1.What Are the Rule Set Pre Requisite, What are Types of rule Sets, and What is the Rule set hierarchy in PEGA?

All the Predefined rule Sets Should be Address as “Required Rule Sets” to our application Rule set then any rules in the predefined rule sets can be used in our application.
1.Application Rule Sets (Which we add in Application Rule Form)
2.Production Rule Sets (Which we will add in the Application Rule Form and Also we can in Access Group Under Advanced Tab.
3.Branch or Shared Rule Sets.
4.Personal Rule Sets.

2.What is Rule Delegation and Production Rule Set?

The Rules in PRPC like Decision rules, Correspondence Rules etc… can be delegated to business so that business users can modify the rule as per their requirements.

Rules can be delegated from the action Dropdown of the rule form. When delegating it can be done to Single Operator OR to an Access Group.

Delegated rules will be available to be accessible through the Portals under the Section “My Business Rules”.

The OOTB sections rule name “Delegated Rules” which is available in “@baseclass”.

These rules can be created in a separate rule set and we call this rule set under “Production rule Sets” in the application rule form.

Usually these production rule sets will be left unlocked.

3.What is Application, Production, Branch and Personal Rule Set?

•The rule sets which we regularly user for creating our rules are application rule sets.
•Production Rule Set :- refer above question.
•Branch Rule Set:- It is a share rule set. This allows multiple developers to perform parallel updates on the rules. After that we can merge the branch rule sets into the original rule set with all changes.
Branch Rule Set can be added in the application rule Form.
•Personal Rule Set :- This is virtual rule set created with the Operator ID name.
When an Operator check out a rule PRPC copies the rule from Original Rule Set to Personal Rule Set allowing the operator to make changes. After the changes are done/check in the personal rule set copy will be lost and latest changes will be saved into original rule set.
•All the Checkout rules will be available in Personal Rule Set.
The Priority when accessing the rule goes to Personal Rule Set.

4.Difference between section and Harness?

A Harness holds a section rule. Purpose of Section is to design the UI. Harness can be called from Portal, Assignment shape, Flow under Process Tab.
Harness defines the Appearance and Processing of the WO forms.
Harness rule is at Work Object level or Portal Level.

5.Difference between Declare Pages and Data Pages.

Declare Pages
Data Pages
  • Name Should Start with Declare_
  • Name Should Start with D_
  • Read only
  • Both Read only/Editable
  • Parameters tab is not available
  • Parameters tab is available.

7.How to Jump From One Stage to Another Stage in PEGA 7?

We can use a utility called “Change Stage”

8.Difference between On change and Trigger?

On Change Rule gets executed when the property value changes anywhere in your application.
Trigger gets executed only where there is any update or insert or delete operations performed on Data Tables.

9.How to make a local action available to be accessible at all the assignments in the Flow?

We can call the flow action or local action in the Design tab of the flow. The local action which are called in the assignment shape properties will be available only to that particular assignment whereas the local actions which we call in the design of the flow will be available to access at all the assignments in a flow.