Discussion 2 Replies 1226 Views × Close popover Don Riegler (DonR1905) CVS Health CVS Health US View Profile Send Message DonR1905 Member since 2014 1 post CVS Health Posted: April 16, 2015 Last activity: February 5, 2016 Posted: 16 Apr 2015 17:17 EDT Last activity: 5 Feb 2016 18:20 EST Closed Hierarchy rule tree grid Questions I am new to Pega and working in Pega 7.1.7 I was wondering if you could give me a basic Approach on how to hand the following: If I have the following Relationships. Our System has multiple Clients (PageList) that has Multiple Plans (Embedded PageList) that has Multiple Rates (Embedded PageList). I thought a good way to display the information is in a hierarchical Tree Grid. Client 1 Details Client 2 Details Client3 Details Plan 1 Details Plan 2 Details Rate 1 Details Rate 2 Details Client 4 Details Question: Is this possible? (All the examples have the tree grid being Employee that are related to other employees , or tasks that is a list of other tasks… Do Tree grids need to be recursive onto its own data class?) My Approach: In the Data Class Create the Data Model - Rate In the Data Class Create the Data Model - Plan which has a Pagelist of Rates In the Data Class Create the Data Model - Client which has a Pagelist of Plans In the Work Class for the Case – a Property for Client as a Pagelist The Data Source for the Tree Grid is either the Property or Report Definition If I select Property and Applies to .Client (pagelist from Work Class) Don’t see how to define the next level in the hierarchical structure (my case list of plans) If I select Property and Applies to .Client (pagelist from Work Class) - All data in the grid is empty. If I select Report Definition , and the select the D_ClientList, But how do your configure if click on the row display the List of Plans for that Client. If I select Report Definition , It seems that section is now being populated by the D_Page which is Read only. I forget the approach we would have to take to get this to work. Also is that how we should setup the Data Structure? If I wanted to Access the 2015 rates for Plan ABC for Client 123, how would you do that? Assuming Drop Down menu for Client ( source D_ClientList) Assuming Drop Down menu for Plan ( source ? D_ClientPlanList with Param.ClientId) Assuming Drop Down menu for Rates ( source ? D_ClientPlanRateList with Param.ClientId and PlanId) Include the RateDetail Section for the Data Class Rates with Source ? .client(ClientId).Plan(PlanId).Rate(2015) What I am failing to understand Should I copy the Data for the D_Page to the Work Case? Or can we edit the Data Page directly. When creating Embedded DataLists should I include the parents Id as a property in the Childs Data Model? If not how does one access the embedded data? Should I continue with the Tree Grid approach? Is so how do you define the child in the tree grid? Thanks Don User Experience × Close popover Facebook Twitter Linkedin Email Copy Link Copied! Moderation Team has archived post, learn more × Close popover This thread is closed to future replies. Content and links will no longer be updated. If you have the same/similar Discussion, please write a new Discussion. Posted: 5 years ago Posted: 20 May 2015 21:08 EDT × Close popover Teng Hao Chua (chuat) PEGA Global Tech Enablement, Senior Instructor Pegasystems Inc. SG View Profile Send Message chuat PEGA replied to DonR1905 Hi, I've escalated this to the relevant SME team and hopefully you will get a reply shortly. Posted: 5 years ago Posted: 5 Feb 2016 18:20 EST × Close popover Chimata Jay Kumar (JAYCHIMATA) Virtusa Senior System Architect Virtusa US View Profile Send Message JAYCHIMATA Virtusa replied to chuat Is this issue resolved, If so could you please post us the way the approach was taken. We have similar requirement in our project.