1) Have you provided the production ruleset under advanced tab of accessgroup of the user who is trying to do save as.
2) In Rule-Application when opened from the access group, defiintion tab of the application rule in the advanced section you can see below application rulesets where you can provide the production rulesets.
Optional. Enter production RuleSets and Versions specific to this access group. For example, in a production setting, you can identify one RuleSet and Version that remains unlocked and holds only rules expected to be changed often. Such rules may be delegated to management.
Thanks for the response. Yes already did all the steps mentioned in your reply but not sure where its getting wrong. Is there anything do with ruleset vs application validation mode for the respective rulesets?
The delegation ruleset ABC is having application ruleset as a prerequisite, application ruleset is using Application validation mode but ABC ruleset is using ruleset validation mode.
To delegate a rule or data type, complete the following steps.
Complete one of the following actions.
To delegate a rule, in the Actions menu of the rule form header, click Delegate.
To delegate a data type, in the Actions menu of the Data Designer, click Delegate.
Select the appropriate option that denotes how the end user will interact with the delegated rule. The options displayed depend on the rule type being delegated.
Manage content— For decision tables, users can modify decision tables; for paragraphs, users can modify the content of paragraphs.
Manage data records— For data types, users can add, modify, or delete data entries for the data type.
From the Delegate to access group drop-down list, select the access group to which to delegate the rule or data type.
In the Title field, enter a title for the delegated rule or data type.
In the Detailed Description field, enter detailed information about the delegated rule or data type. This text is displayed to the user.
You should provided information about how the delegated rule or data type will impact the application. For example, if the end user can add a new row for a data type, explain that doing so results in controls now displaying the newly-added row as a selectable option.
The following help topics, and their subtopics, may have information that can assist you. These topics are in the Pega 7.2 help; other help versions for other Pega 7 Platform releases are also available on the PDN.