When you create a new Strategy rule you must specify the strategy results class. The new rule form only allows you to specify the Business Issue and Group. It seems that the root node class of the proposition hierarchy is already known by Pega. This class appears to have the format <org_name>-<app_name>-SR. I am logged into the WhatIsInTheBox application, which defines a DSME-WhatIsInTheBox-SR class; however, the proposition hierarchy available to me is rooted in the DSME-DSMEssenFW-SR class contained in the built on DSMEssenFW app. Can someone tell me where the default "SR" class is configured or what logic Pega uses to resolve the default SR class?
Not really sure how your question relates to the lesson but... If you login as a System Architect you can expand the proposition hierarchy. There you will see the top level decisioning class which you can change. Each time you create a new application built on top of PegaDM you will get a new top level decisioning class
Hi Paul ... thanks for the repsonse. Ok ... clicked on the Top level class link and it seems that we are using a Field Value rule to specify the top level SR class for the application... did not expect that ... thanks for pointing me in the right direction.
Shawn, the top level class Field Value (accessible from the Hierarchy landing page) is generated for the first time for a new app when the user navigates to this LP, using the convention you have observeed: <org_name>-<app_name>-SR. However, for implementing a decision hub, where multiple application may reuse startegies, and hierarchies, we do allow to change the value of this top level class.
If you have any concerns with this desgin feel free to let us know.