I have a datapage say D_LoadStates(at fw level class and fw ruleset) created as node level. Now I have two implementations say US and India. I have saved the node level data page in two implementation classes and rulesets say (MyCO-Ind-Work and MyCOInd ruleset and same for US also.). Now question is if my application is running on same node for multiple implementations, and user from US referred this data page and it got loaded. Now how this will behave for User from India since this is a node level data page will it load properly?
FYI: I have customized logic implementation specific in my DP activity to fetch states for two different countires. Also if I use Parameters option for DP I am aware it will work.
node level data page rule remains in the framework layer or base layer. the source activity/data transform etc will be overiden. two points to be tested are - access group association to node data page and have to flush when switching the context to ensure apprioriate source activity being called/executed. please share your thoughts/comments, Thank you!
Posted: 6 years ago
Posted: 7 Aug 2016 22:54 EDT
Samanth Reddy chintakuntla (SamanthReddyc6298)
Access Group: If we have one one data page rule then we can specify only one access group. If two people from different access groups first one who calls will be executed. Flushing when switching the context.. From this I understand when you are switching the context do we flush the data page? If so then we can go for a requestor level datapage.
Posted: 5 years ago
Posted: 15 Aug 2016 11:36 EDT
Phani Sahukaru (sahup1)
Architect - Financial Services
when it is around FW and impl, as Joe said Requestor data page is optimal. since we're trying to identify a node pattern suggested to add application name and version. yes when we switch the context we need to flush the data page.