Posted: 10 Feb 2018 1:50 EST Last activity: 23 Jul 2018 2:08 EDT
How to including Access roles and Privileges in a product rule
We are using the Pega 7.1.9 version and I have created a product rule for our go live through the wizard as below: (This would be our first deployment to this new environment)
Designer Studio --> Application --> Distribution --> Package
Post creation ,I can see my access groups, workbaskets, operators etc added to the product rule. But the wizard also doesn't give us an option to add Access roles and Privileges. Unlike the access groups, workbaskets, operators, I cant find the instances of associated Access roles and Privileges in the created product rule.
Can anyone guide me on how to add the same ?
I am aware of adding the process of adding access roles and privieges by opening each instance --> SHow XML --> copy the instance handle --> Pate the same in the product rule in the "Individual instances to include" section. SInce the count of access roles and privileges are high, I want to know if they is any easier way to added these instances.
Acces role and privilage both are rule instance (Rule-Access-Privilege,Rule-Access-Role-Name) and they are belog to the rule set version. so you dont need to include them specifically. they will come with the rule set version itself.like activity and flow.
Posted: 3 years ago
Posted: 8 Jul 2018 10:06 EDT
Krishna Chaitanya Abburi (KC-Abburi)
Bits In Glass
Bits In Glass
Access role and privilege rules are attached/linked to the ruleset, so we do not add an instance of Access role and privilege manually in the product rule, these instances move with the ruleset to higher environments.
Posted: 4 years ago
Posted: 27 May 2018 6:21 EDT
Vipul Vangala (vipulvangala)
Lead System Architect
Make use of the WHEN or List View options to include the instances. As the instances will be too high, maintaining them through WHEN would give more control through the application, and remove the overhead in having pretty big product rule.
If you are making use of Include Associated instances option against the ruleset, it would package all types of instances. Please be cautious in using this option.