Can someone help me to understand how Batchout table populates the columns?
I have dig into the OOTB code and found out that Pega try to create a BatchOut table in the background with all the StrategySRClass properties. Basically they check the classes which is defined on “Data-pxStrategyResult” and creates the column. We have currently 2000 properties at SR class and pega also try to create table with 2000 columns. Since Oracle has cap of 1000 columns, a DB error is thrown.
I can see from the Java code that they filter following properties.
It’s not start with "pz"
it's not a page, pagelist or pagegroup property
It is not the transient property.
it's decisioningitem in pyCustomFields matches .pyConfigType (In my case ConfigType is “Strategy”)
If the above analysis is correct? I would like to understand that how pega will address this? when we have more than 1000 columns to be eligible for BatchOut table.
Do you really need all the 2000 columns in the batch table ? if so why ? if many of these properties are just used for decisioning and store temporary data - then you can mark those properties as transient.
The transient properties are not created in the table as observed by you.
Given this is a DB level limitation, we can't do much here. The table is created without a BLOB on purpose for performance reasons.
We also wanted to restrict the no. of columns created in the batch output table. We tried setting some of the properties, which are not required to be columns in the batch output table as Transient ( Enable Do not save property data on the Advanced table of the Property Rule). Still, we see those columns being created in the batch output table. Can you please confirm, if we need to do any other change elsewhere. We are on PRPC 8.2.4 and Pega Marketing 8.2.
Posted: 3 years ago
Posted: 11 Dec 2019 6:35 EST
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Posted: 3 years ago
Posted: 11 Dec 2019 8:06 EST
Saleem Abdelsayed (Saleem_A)
Senior Director, Product Management, 1:1 Customer Engagement
Yes this is the right approach. Please ensure the property rule has been checked in properly and there is not another rule of the same name in a higher ruleset/ruleset version. If you have validated those items and its still creating the property in the batch table, then I would suggest you open a support request with Pega.