The advantage of major skim is that rules with Availability of 'Yes', 'Blocked', and 'Final' are carried forward. Rules with availability of 'No' (not available) or 'Withdrawn' are filtered out.
During a minor skim, rules with Availability of 'Yes', 'Blocked', 'Withdrawn' and 'Final' are carried forward. Rules with availability of 'No' (shown as 'Not Available' in the table below) are filtered out.
Definitely, the rule maintenance would be easy esp. from not running into pre-requisite errors.
After skimming, it is not a mandatory to delete the old rule set versions.
Rather, we could point the application to skimmed versions.
Again, having both skimmed & non-skimmed versions might take longer time during the packaging or deployment activities. (if we include)
Posted: 3 years ago
Posted: 6 Oct 2019 22:06 EDT
Susan Liu (SusanLiu_GCS)
Senior Principal Engineer, Technical Support, Runtime Engine