Question2Replies127Views×Close popoverSurya Mokka (SuryaMokka) Apple Inc Apple Inc US View Profile SuryaMokka Member since 2018 16 posts Apple Inc Posted: January 24, 2020Last activity: January 24, 2020Posted: 24 Jan 2020 1:22 ESTLast activity: 24 Jan 2020 11:37 EST Solved Can we use two Pega Data schema's and one Pega Rule schema for two different applications?We have two different application's and would like to create Pega Data Schema for each application to save the data but would like to use same Pega Rules Schema for both applications.Is it feasible?Is it a good idea/will face some issues when running the application?Thanks***Moderator Edit-Vidyaranjan: Updated Platform Capability*** Data Integration ×Close popoverFacebookTwitterLinkedinEmail Copy Link Copied! Accepted Solution Posted: 11 months agoUpdated: 11 months agoPosted: 24 Jan 2020 3:19 ESTUpdated: 4 Feb 2020 6:56 EST×Close popoverAjay Rangarh (AjayRangarh) PEGA Senior Technical Solutions Engineer Pegasystems Inc. IN View ProfileAjayRangarh PEGA replied to SuryaMokkaHi Surya, I won't recommend it as even if you are able to implement it somehow, there would be a lot of maintenance required to keep it that way. Secondly, if you share the PegaRULES schema between two applications, you are inviting a lot of problems. If one application is facing performance issues over certain database operations, the other application and its users will be impacted as well. If you have any deployment or hotfixes on application 1, then you would have to plan the downtime for other application as well. The list goes on. Overall, there is a lot of planning and maintenance involved in that approach which is not worth it in a Production scenario. Posted: 11 months agoPosted: 24 Jan 2020 11:37 EST×Close popoverSurya Mokka (SuryaMokka) Apple Inc Apple Inc US View ProfileSuryaMokka Apple Inc replied to AjayRangarhThanks Ajay for the information.