As per documentation, PEGA has started supporting split schema model in PRPC7.1. Even though, it supports two schemas in split schema model, application uses only one JDBC data source to access objects in both the schemas at run time. Is it possible to make PRPC application to use two JDBC data sources (one for Rules and One for DATA) instead of one? If so, could you please share some documentation?
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What you are asking for is "split database". The short answer at the moment is NO, that's not supported.
Techncically, most of the time application and system queries will only reference items in one schema - rules or data - but there are some queries that join rules with data and they will not work if both schemas are not accessible from the same data source.
I agree that there are compelling arguements for true "split database", and it "mostly" works with a reasonable amount of effort but that is not a supported deployment pattern.
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Posted: 1 Dec 2016 22:13 EST
Manoj Sarvepalli (MANOJPDN)