Showing posts with label Pega Interview Questions and Answers. Show all posts
Showing posts with label Pega Interview Questions and Answers. Show all posts

Pega standard Work object creation activities

  Work-. Add 

Creates a new work object (without any cover work object) and performs a Commit method, which saves the work object and releases all locks.


Use Work-.and work rather than Work-. Add in situations where the Commit method is not wanted until later.


Creates a new cover work object but does not perform a Commit method, so current locks are retained.


Use Work-.AddCovered rather than Work-.AddCoveredWork to commit the new work object.


Called by harness processing to create a (non-covered) work object and display the work object form.


Called by harness processing to create a covered work object and display the work object form.

more on activities Activity Full understanding


Pega - DECISIONS Interview Q&A

Pega Decision rules:

Decision Rules categorized into:

  When condition rule

  Decision tree rule

  Decision table rule

  Map value rule

 Explain about WHEN condition rule?




  The declarative rule is an instance of a class derived from Rule-Declared-

  They allow for automatic processing of Property values.

  No need to be called explicitly.

  No need to run sequentially.

  The system manages re-evaluation when it detects a change.

Pega - Clipboard Interview Q&A

What is a clipboard and how it is organized?

Each connected Process Commander Requestor has an associated temporary memory area on the server known as the clipboard. The clipboard has a hierarchical structure, consisting of nodes known as pages, most of which have a name and an associated class. Pages act as buffers or temporary copies of object instances (of that class) that are copied from, or may later be stored in, the PegaRULES database or another database.

Pega - Class Interview Q&A

Difference between Work- and Data- classes?

The Work- base class, one of thirteen standard top-level abstract classes, is a superclass to all the classes that define work objects. A work object is a fundamental unit that records processed work in an application.

The Data- the base class is an abstract class above various classes that define and contain static data and cumulative data. For example, the Data-Admin- classes contain information created by your Process Commander developers defining who can use the application, their privileges and security, and where they belong in the organization.

Pega - Operators and Access Groups Interview Q&A

What is the difference between Workgroup and Access Group?

A work the group is an instance of the Data-Admin-WorkGroup class. A working group can identify a user who is a supervisor, together with a set of workers and workbaskets that report to that supervisor.

Pega - Case Management Interview Q&A

Explain about Work Object?

work object is the primary unit of work completion in an application, and the primary collection of data that a flow operates.

Pega - Real time Interview Q&A - 3

Define Flow and explain different types of flows available with an example?

Flow: Flow is a graphical representation of the business process that can be with Start Shape and ends at End Shape.

Created under: Process Category

An instance of- Rule-Obj-Flow

Call from activity with Flow-New Method

Pega real time interview questions and answers

How can we achieve INNER JOIN, LEFT OUTER JOIN, and RIGHT OUTER JOIN from report definitions?

From Data Access tab of Report Definition in Class joins a section

Only Include Matching Rows = INNER JOIN

Include All Rows in this class = LEFT OUTER JOIN

Include All Rows in Joined Class = RIGHT OUTER JOIN

Pega - Real time Interview Q&A - 1

Where assignments will be stored in Pega rules database?

Work List related assignments are stored in pc_assign_worklist.

Workbasket related assignments are stored in pc_assign_workbasket.

Where work objects will be stored?