I just start to do deployment and installation of RAP (Rule-Admin-Product) for an application for almost two weeks. It is for PRPC 7.1.7. I noticed that if I don't click "Exclude Non Rule Resolved Rules" option in RuleSets section. The product will have all instances included that is not associated to RSV I set. That make sense however that is where AppMetaData instances come in. I searched around PDN to find more information on what exactly is AppMetaData and is it really necessary to promote these instances from Development to higher envs ?
As a possible solution, I am thinking of click "Exclude Non Rule Resolved Rules" option and use Query option to add non RSV instances that developers provide for promotion so it will not include any of AppMetaData instances. This application have over 3600 instances for AppMetaData alone and I do not understand the signification since I cannot find more info in PDN on this. My question is what would happen if I dont promote AppMetaData instances to higher envs ?
Any feedbacks and comments would be appreciated. This would help me to understand more about the purpose of AppMetaData and determine if I still need to promote them or not.
***Edited by Moderator Marissa to add SR Details***
The purpose is to allow users to associate data types with their application for use with the data explorer.
These instances are for data types associated with your application. They were implemented as separate data records linked to an app purely for performance reasons and could just as easily have been saved with the application rule itself.
It should be fine if you don't promote AppMetaData instances to higher envs.
Posted: 5 years ago
Posted: 26 Apr 2018 9:14 EDT
Aaron Bosley (abosley)
Technology Engineer Senior