Posted: 23 Jun 2015 10:55 EDT Last activity: 16 Mar 2018 19:46 EDT
I am very new to PEGA and have only seen limited demo's on what PEGA can do. I am playing around with PEGA7 Express in hopes to learn more. I have seen a demo in which the "next" button was used to move the user through screens. So my question is, can PEGA go backwards? It seems like the stages and steps go forward, but what happens if I need to go backwards? For example, if I have a form that is asking the user to enter fields and then hit the "next" button, is there also a "back" button?
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Pega 7 does support adding a back button for wizards (called a screen flow in Pega) but we have not yet exposed this as a configuration option in Pega 7 Express. It is on our roadmap as a feature to expose in express.
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Posted: 23 Jun 2015 11:27 EDT
Luigi Leo (leo_l)
Global Tech Enablement, Sr. Principal Instructor
Yes, in Pega 7 you are able to also go backwards. There are a number of ways to accomplish this when cofiguring at the flow/process level. For example, you may use a button and associate a click event that calls an out of the box previous action.