When I look at the compliance score of the application, it always shows the scores based on the rulesets in the application BUT does not include the built-on application. Normally number of rules in the implementation layer will be lesser and FW layer holds the most of the business logic. If I schedule a report to my manager (assume manager is not aware of pega), he see the number > 90 and feels proud because what he see is the number of implementation layer but actually FW layer holds the most of the business logic which is lower than expected.
Is there a reason why PEGA is designed this way?
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